By lovethatwine on July 10, 2006
Photo by Chef #720771
Photo by Chef #720771
"Can you say delicious!! This Recipe comes from Sullivan's Metropolitan Grill downtown Anderson, SC. It has a Mediterranean flair with the fresh tomato paired with feta cheese. It is a wonderfully tasty combination that you can’t go wrong with. My husband and & I treat ourselves once a month to this dish."
Serving Size: 1 (466 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Thank you very much for sharing this dish. I only had BASA fish handy and I was in a rush so this looked like something that was worth the try. MY OH MY! What a surprise, the dish came out just perfect!!! Will definitely make it again in the very near future. :)"
"This was a huge hit with my family! What was particularly impressive was how fast it was to make. I used fresh Monchong fillets and a can of cut tomatoes, and skipped the butter. Because there was a lot of liquid, I let it finish cooking in the pan with the lid off and it came out great, with less mess to clean up. The additional sauce and feta were delicious over the orzo."
"Exceptional pairing of flavors and the aroma was marvelous while cooking (no fishy smell for those who resist cooking fish at home). I have two minor recommendations. First the recipe does not provide the temperature used for sautÃ©ing and this would have helped my husband who prepared this dish. Second, a suggestion in purchasing the fish to avoid under or overcooking: if possible buy the fillets in similar size and thickness. Again, not something all chefs think about when purchasing. Thanks for adding to our fish meals repertoire!"
"Delicious!!! You know it's good when my picky teenagers are fighting for the last morsel!!! I will definitely make this again! Thanks for the great recipe!"
"I don't know what to say about this recipe, except that I feel bad even rating it because I am giving it the same 5 stars I have given other recipes and it is on a totally different plane of goodness, like I-can't-believe-I-made-this-it-tastes-like-it-came-from-a-five-star-restaurant-goodness! I did sub a small can of tomato sauce for the fresh tomatoes because my ridiculous husband refuses to eat tomatoes. (He also loved this dish!)"
"Wonderful recipe that my daughter prepared for a family get together! Like her recommendations, I reduced the evo and butter, and increased the garlic. My cooking time in the oven was about 10 minutes. This recipe is just super!"
"I made this recipe, for the first time, this past weekend for a charity dinner party. It was absolutely delicious and everyone loved it! I even got requests for the recipe! I used fresh oregano instead of dried. I served it over orzo (with fresh spinach, mushrooms & pinenuts) and Greek style string beans. This recipe was not difficult to make and looks just beautiful when you take it out of the oven. I can't wait to make it again!"
"Fantastic dish, so easy and quick to make, and the flavours are fab. I made this for a friend coming round for dinner and will be making this again soon. I used fresh tomatoes rather than canned but may try with canned next time to make it more saucey."
"Wonderful recipe with delicous flavours! It would probably be a 5 but I did have some trouble with the cooking time. I did put it in the oven for 14 minutes but the middle of the fish could have been cooked more (which is very hard to check with all the sauce). I wasn't sure from the way the recipe was written whether the toppings were to be heated / cooked in the pan prior to transferring to the oven. If I were to do this again, I think I would try cooking the topping separately, straining and then putting on top of the fish when served to keep it from being less soupy."
"I halfed the recipe and didn't use the extra butter. No need for it. Instead of bass, I used swordfish instead and it was a great dinner. I love it. Thank you for posting this recipe since it is so difficult to find a good fish recipe that I like. Keeper file."
"I know I have used this before - but prepared it tonight for tilapia loins. The garden tomatoes are gone, but canned petite chopped with oregano worked just fine. I also did not finish in the oven, but put the lid on the fish and sauce for about 12 minutes, while the saffron rice cooked. With a green salad and fresh bread, made a tasty meal. Have enough sauce for tomorrow's FRESH rockfish, DH's catch of the day. Thanks for posting."
"thought this was good, but would like to know how long people cooked their fish....mine never got golden brown...and on what heat setting? Either way, we eventually got it done and we added minced garlic as well...great, great sauce and flavor"
"I tried this recipe and I did not have fresh Sea Bass I got it frozen from one of the local ware-house type stores and this came out wonderful, it was so delicious. I packed the rest for lunch and when I re-heated it did not have that fish smell. The feta cheese is a must for lots of flavor, it went perfectly with the other ingredients. Thank-you so much for this recipe."
"Wonderful and light!! I halved the recipe but added a lot more garlic and a lot less butter and olive oil. Served with some crusty bread and green beans. My 2 - 8 oz. servings of fish were done in the oven after less than 10 minutes on 400 and they were so tender and moist. This is so quick to prepare...great for weeknight meals. We loved it and will be enjoying it often!! (Also, anyone who enjoyed this and enjoys mussels should try 'Mussels With Tomatoes and Feta Recipe #182262' -- an excellent recipe with similar flavors!) Thanks so much for posting!"
"This had a nice lemony flavor. I made the light version of this with 1 tablespoon of oil and no butter. I chopped the tomatoes and garlic (not sure if that was intended). Their ends up being a lot of liquid, DH said dipping bread in the "soup" tasted pretty good!"
"Yummy!!!! I loved the fresh flavors in this. It pared well with the fish. I made it with tomato and garlic lentils, and sauteed spinach with shallots."
"Wow, this is over the top. I can see that this would be a hit at any nice restaurant. Very flavorful, tangy with lemon, tomato and wine, and the feta cheese melted just enough to be creamy. My whole family gobbled this up. I think the same recipe would also work well for salmon filets, which would be a little easier on the pocketbook for cost-conscious foodies. Made for PAC Fall 2007. Fantastic recipe, Lovethatwine! Edited 10/19 to add: I loved this so much I wanted to make it again, but out of concern for my piggybank, used tilapia the second time around instead of Chilean sea bass. It was delightful! I might try it again soon with salmon. Yum, yum, yum."