Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Broiled Chilean Seabass with Soy Sauce and Sake

Chilean Seabass is a pricey and high quality fish among all the elite fish.Beside that not every fish monger carry this fish in their store due to lack of availability .

1 pre-cut slice Chilean Seabass,about 1 pound,remove scales
2 tbsp premium soy sauce
2 tbsp sake
handful of mixed spring salad
Rice seasoning (Furikake or Noritamago Furikake)
1 wedge of lemon

1:Pre-heat oven to 400 F.Prepare small baking sheet over aluminum foil.Spray some oil or butter on the foil.
2:Place Chilean Seabass on the spray foil.Broil for 15 minutes.Do not over cook.Grab a bunch of mixed salad on a plate.Use spatula to remove the fish from baking sheet to a plate.Mix sake and soy sauce together in a small bowl.
3:Drizzle soy sauce mixture on the fish.Sprinkle your favorite rice seasoning(Noritamago Furikake) on the fish.Serve warm.


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