Between the time change and a kitchen remodel getting a decent picture of my food is a challenge (my “photography studio”, or garage, is covered over in boxes). I’m still able to use my oven right now though so here you go. So, if I can do it you can get a kick ass sea bass cooked for the family easy peasy.
The first time I tried miso glazed sea bass was at Cafe Lurcat in Minneapolis and I’ve been on a quest to find a good recipe as close to that one ever since. The sweet combo of mirin and miso with soy and a bit of sugar along with the sea bass is lovely. I found this one on Jeanette’s Healthy Living. And it’s the best I’ve tried yet.
A lot of people are picky about their fish. Or they just won’t eat it at all. Well, they’re missing out if they don’t try sea bass. It’s on the pricey side, but considering what you would pay at a restaurant for one plate, you’re getting a good deal cooking it yourself for a family of four.
Again, I’m on a miso kick. Trying to incorporate it into my food wherever I can for tummy health. Of course this recipe is a no-brainer way to infuse this healthy fermented food into everyone’s bellies. Attempting to bring balance to our out-of-whack bodies from all the processed sugary foods out there that our bodies weren’t meant to consume.
So, if you’re short on time you can marinate a couple of hours, but if you can swing it, put it together the night before. Even better.
Start by mixing everything together in a bowl, then the best thing to do is to put in an airtight baggie with the fish to marinate. Set in the fridge and when you’re ready to cook it’ll take only 15-18 minutes for your fish to cook.
As with any other fish, you can test to make sure it’s done if it pulls apart or basically falls apart when tested with a fork.
Try with carrots as a side or brussels sprouts.
Grab your ingredients right here….