Sea Bass tasty recipe
Claudio Rossi from La Trevi shares this tasty recipe
Branzino con salsa piccante
Serves: 2Preparation time: 10 minutesCooking time: 20 minutes
• 100gs of butter• 1 tbsp of parsley (finely chopped)• 1 lemon (grated and juiced)• 1 tbsp capers (finely chopped)• 1 small fresh red chilli (finely chopped)• 2 sea bass (filleted)• A dash of dry white wine• Salt and pepper to season
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MethodTo make your salsa piccante (sauce), melt the butter in a pan and add the chopped capers and the finely chopped chilli.
Add a little salt and ground black pepper to season, with a splash of dry white wine.
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Add the lemon rind, juice and parsleyand simmer for a few minutes to let it reduce a little.
Drizzle some olive oil onto a baking tray and set your sea bass on the tray. Season the sea bass with a little salt and pepper and rub in some olive oil.
Bake the sea bass in the oven for about 15 minutes. Once cooked, serve with your warmed sauce on top.
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