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I didn't make the asparagus, but I made the bass and it was delicious. I added the scallion mixture to the fish before baking. It was great! Thanks.

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yamakarasu April 14, 2011

I made this dish with some fresh caught bass filets that my husband brought home from one of our mountain lakes. The only thing I changed was to broil the fish with some of the ginger-scallions on top. I served it with brown rice along side the fish and asparagus. It made a very pretty presentation and tasted even better than it looked. I will make this simple and tasty dish again.

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Nilla Puddin' June 14, 2007

I love the flavor of this marinate. I think I just don't like chilean bass. It is too greasy. The next time, I will try with striped bass.

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YungB May 24, 2007

My husband and I love fish and enjoy finding different ways to enjoy our Minnesotan walleye. I used walleye in this recipe and it was GREAT! The stir-fried asparagus was also wonderful. I will definitely make both again, and will pass the recipe on to my mom. It was easy to make and relatively quick as well. Thanks!

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medcook May 17, 2007

SO delicious. I enjoyed every bite and was sorry when it was gone. I will definitely make this for company.

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Quilting Shelby February 04, 2007

This was awesome. I didn't have bass so I used tilapia instead. Even my husband the fish hater liked this.

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Amis September 22, 2005

This is this first fish dish I ever cooked and it was awesome!

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Kathleen K. September 15, 2005
Broiled Bass With Ginger-Scallion Oil & Stir-Fried Asparagus