Sea Bass Thai Style

Sea Bass Thai Style created by Peter J

From The Tanner Brothers. Serve with stir-fried vegetables such as carrots, peppers,spring onions, pak choy, bean sprouts and fennel and a couple of spoonfuls of parsley mash (mashed potato with fresh parsley and salt and pepper).

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directions

  • Apart from the sea bass, mix all the other ingredients together.
  • Arrange the sea bass fillets on a sheet of tin foil so that the shiny side is on the outside.
  • Score the fillets, and pull up the corners of the foil. Spoon over the Thai dressing and crimp the corners together to create a sealed bag.
  • Dip the base of the bag in some oil and place on a chargrill or hot dry pan and cook for 10 minutes.
  • Remove from the pan, tear open bag and serve.
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"From The Tanner Brothers. Serve with stir-fried vegetables such as carrots, peppers,spring onions, pak choy, bean sprouts and fennel and a couple of spoonfuls of parsley mash (mashed potato with fresh parsley and salt and pepper)."
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  1. sobiah
    Great recipe! Thanks for sharing
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  2. dianegrapegrower
    Absolutely delicious! Great flavors and very easy to make. The fish was moist, too. Thanks for sharing.
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  3. Peter J
    Sea Bass Thai Style Created by Peter J
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  4. Peter J
    Really great blend of flavours and so quick to put together. Rather than chopping the coriander, spring onions and chili I thinly sliced them with a pair of scissors which I think gave them a nice appearance.
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  5. AmandaInOz
    From The Tanner Brothers. Serve with stir-fried vegetables such as carrots, peppers,spring onions, pak choy, bean sprouts and fennel and a couple of spoonfuls of parsley mash (mashed potato with fresh parsley and salt and pepper).
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