4 Reviews

This was so quick and easy to make and tasted delicious! I didn't realise I needed 1 day to marinate the fish, so I modifed the recipe slightly so I could cook and eat it immediately after. I made the the following alterations: scoring the topside of the fish to the bone (1 inch apart) and stuffing the scores with the tomato/garlic mixture. (I also stuffed the belly of the fish with the tomato/garlic mixture). I also squeezed some lemon juice on top of the fish where i'd made the scores. I didn't have sundried tomatoes so used the sweeter variety - sunblush tomatoes instead. I also used the oil that comes with sunblush tomatoes instead of plain olive oil and finally, used rock salt instead of table salt to sprinkle on top.

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Aleeshkaplonk July 06, 2010

Lightning fast & perfect for some fresh black sea bass fillets we were lucky enough to have been given. Marinated 20 minutes before baking. DELICIOUS! Keeper recipe! Served with a nice pasta salad full of fresh Italian parsley & garlic from the garden. MMMMM!! Thanks for the keepr!

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Buster's friend May 10, 2010

My family loves bass and I'm always looking for a good recipe. This recipe they liked, good flavor and moist, just don't over cook and I always add alittle more garlic

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l.jalbert August 30, 2007
Sea Bass/Snapper With Sun-Dried Tomatoes