Chilean Sea Bass Product Information & Preparation Instructions:
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Thaw in refrigerator.
Preheat oven at 300°F. Preheat an oven-proof skillet with a small amount of cooking oil. Carefully place Sea Bass in hot pan. Cook for 6 minutes on first side. Carefully turn over fish then place skillet into preheated oven. Cook for 10 minutes in oven.
Preheat skillet with small amount of cooking oil in pan on high. Place Sea Bass in pan and cook for 6-7 minutes then turn over sea bass and continue to cook for 5-6 minutes.
Preheat broiler and position top rack so that the fish will end up 2-3" from the element. Brush Sea Bass with melted butter or olive oil. Broil Sea Bass 7-8 minutes on each side or until opaque throughout.
Preheat grill on high. Remove fillets from packaging and spray with non-stick cooking oil. Reduce heat to medium. Grill fillets, covered, 7-8 minutes per side taking care when flipping and removing from grill, due to the fragile nature of Sea Bass.
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Read what our customers say
One of th ebest dishes you have. Thank you.
Deanna D. - Madison, TN
An exc. chilean sea bass in flavor, tenderness, and juiciness.
Janet S. - Rch Palos Vrd, CA
We absolutely love the sea bass!
Matthew D. - Lansing, KS
Just the right portion of sauteed tender, moist and flaky white fish served
up with just plain butter.
Amy L. - San Francisco, CA
The Bass is Fantastic
Carole Ann T. - Chalfont, PA
Chilean Sea Bass was a menu favorite of mine at our local golf club
restaurant but they are difficult to find in a grocery store, even in our seafood shops. These prepared at home are every bit as good as those prepared by our master chef at the Club.
Fred M. - Allentown, PA
Excellent sea bass
Laura S. - Aurora, CO
This is a great fish. Excellent meal.
Christy W. - Hillside, IL
This fish was tender and did not have the usual strong, fishy taste. There were no specific instructions for preparing it, however. I would advise thawing the fish first, and broiling it until it is as brown on top as the picture depicts.
Diane E. G. - Camden, AR
Yummy!!! These were a treat. We will order more but we don't see them on the menu yet.
Matt D. - Midland, MI
This is the finest, sweetest and most tender Chilean Sea Bass you will find.
My wife and I are in heaven when we prepare this delight. A++++ and worth
Kevin L. - Aliso Viejo, CA