Home Travel Guides Cuisine Sea Bass Roasted with Rosemary, Lemon and Sea Salt

Sea Bass Roasted with Rosemary, Lemon and Sea Salt

With fish, simpler is often better. Try this sea bass recipe from Fishworks.

Serves: 2 People


2 sea bass weighing 450g/1lb each, scaled and gutted
Sea salt
Fresh rosemary
Olive oil


Slash the sea bass twice on each side diagonally to the bone. Into the slashes and belly cavity put the fresh rosemary -- let it all hang out, as it will burn giving an extra flavour to the dish. Put on a roasting tray and rub the fish with olive oil (not your best one) and then sprinkle with sea salt and put into a pre-heated oven at 400F/200C/gas mark 6 and roast uncovered for 15-18 minutes. The flesh should be white, the skin crisp and easily taken off the bone. It can be started on the grill pan and finished in the oven if you like a more grilled flavour. Serve whole, drizzled with a squeeze of lemon and good olive oil. Your guests can help themselves first by taking the flesh from the top of the fillet exposing the bone, and then removing it to make the bottom fillet accessible. To accompany, fresh spinach with cream and garlic is ideal.
Sejour baie d Halong
Bristol Hotels, Hotels in Bristol, Places to stay when travelling Bristol, Hotel Bristol United Kingdom, Bristol Accommodation, Accommodation for Visitors in Bristol