Tesco Fresh Sea Bass Fillets - Half Price Instore @ £10/Kg
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Tesco Fresh Sea Bass Fillets - Half Price Instore @ £10/Kg

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Found 5th Feb 2009Made hot 5th Feb 2009
What more can be said..............


Delicious pan fried in butter.

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yum yum !!!

Possibly the king of sea fish... taste wise.

Original Poster

Pan fry in butter with new potatoes smoothered in parsley sauce and an ensamble of vegetables.

Healthy option.

My fave fish..........yummy, will get some in tomorrow

Oh yummy :thumbsup:

avoint

Pan fry in butter with new potatoes smoothered in parsley sauce and an … Pan fry in butter with new potatoes smoothered in parsley sauce and an ensamble of vegetables.

:thumbsup:
Yummy.
Or can wrap in foil with a knob of butter-some tarragon, a squeeze of lemon and a little seasoning-12 to 14 minutes later it's cooked.
I love fish-it's so quick and simple to cook.
And tasty.
Obviously.

Original Poster

Fish on Friday

Banned

these are farmed from israel. nothing like proper bass

Original Poster

Another option is to grill. Then make a Thai dipping sauce (it's spicy) by chopping garlic,chilli,coriander and adding lime and fish sauce (nam pla). Great with steamed Jasmine Rice and stir fry veggies.

Had these for dinner this evening - 4 fillets were £5

Marinated in ground corriander, cumin, ginger, chilli, honey, olive oil, lemon and seasoning

Wrapped in foil, cooked in oven at 220c for 10 minutes and left to stand for 3 mins

Served with new pots and veg

Delicious :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Mijooly;4298814

Had these for dinner this evening - 4 fillets were £5Marinated in ground … Had these for dinner this evening - 4 fillets were £5Marinated in ground corriander, cumin, ginger, chilli, honey, olive oil, lemon and seasoningWrapped in foil, cooked in oven at 220c for 10 minutes and left to stand for 3 minsServed with new pots and vegDelicious :thumbsup:



What time is dinner tomorrow :thumbsup:

avoint;4298723

Another option is to grill. Then make a Thai dipping sauce (it's spicy) … Another option is to grill. Then make a Thai dipping sauce (it's spicy) by chopping garlic,chilli,coriander and adding lime and fish sauce (nam pla). Great with steamed Jasmine Rice and stir fry veggies.



ooooh that sounds good :w00t:

man, seafood is rank:lazy:

Bl***** Supermarkets for fish ! you are all mad :thinking:

Your local fishmonger would be cheaper than that and also up to 7 days fresher !

MOST Fish and Meat from supermarkets is such a false economy

Voted hot, will deffo be picking this up. I cook nearly all my fish in the George Foreman cos it's less hassle, but maybe with something as nice as Sea Bass I should try cooking it properly and adding some herbs and stuff...

...though I'm not the best of cooks, so cue the kitchen burning down tomorrow, hah!

You go girl. However I know a local trawler man. Sometimes he catches loads of bass and sells them for around 3.50 a kilo.

barclays;4299035

Bl***** Supermarkets for fish ! you are all mad :thinking:Your local … Bl***** Supermarkets for fish ! you are all mad :thinking:Your local fishmonger would be cheaper than that and also up to 7 days fresher ! MOST Fish and Meat from supermarkets is such a false economy

I don't particularly like sea bass, but it nice to see some evidence of people cooking from scratch.

When I see posts for 'cook-in' sauces and other factory foods I despair at what a lazy, tasteless bunch of consumers they are marketed at. So heat to the OP and rep to all you healthy eaters

Original Poster

Here's a good recipe;

Dip Bass in flour and then shallow fry in Olive Oil.

In the meantime heat coconut milk in a wok until you can start to see an thin film of oil on top. Add a tablespoon of Penang Thai curry paste into the milk and belend in leaving no lumps. Turn heat down and add Kafir leaves. Take Bass from other pan and lay into curry sauce.Leave for 1 min.

Serve with steamed jasmine rice.

YUM

(Chu Chi Pla Kapong Kaow)

avoint;4298122

Pan fry



What else, exactly, would you fry it in? I'm not digging at you personally by any means, but the usage of this phrase really gets my dander up. Whenever it's said on telly, I find myself shouting "thanks for that, I was going to fry it in my shoe until you mentioned a pan" at the screen. Oh yeah, and don't even get me started on "oven roasted" - gaaah! :x

Aaaanyway... still a pretty good deal; yes a fishmonger would be better, catching them yourself on a rod and line better again, but for a lot of people a fishmonger is not an option - where I live, there isn't one within 30 miles of me, so if people get the chance to eat cheap fish, I encourage it! :thumbsup:

Original Poster

Jay you could

Deep fry
Shallow fry
Fast fry
Wok fry

It's a little different but have I mentioned the oven roasted method?

:-)

jayroller;4299797

What else, exactly, would you fry it in? I'm not digging at you … What else, exactly, would you fry it in? I'm not digging at you personally by any means, but the usage of this phrase really gets my dander up. Whenever it's said on telly, I find myself shouting "thanks for that, I was going to fry it in my shoe until you mentioned a pan" at the screen. Oh yeah, and don't even get me started on "oven roasted" - gaaah! :xAaaanyway... still a pretty good deal; yes a fishmonger would be better, catching them yourself on a rod and line better again, but for a lot of people a fishmonger is not an option - where I live, there isn't one within 30 miles of me, so if people get the chance to eat cheap fish, I encourage it! :thumbsup:



Pan fry vs Deep fry. Quite a significant difference.

avoint;4298122

Pan fry in butter with new potatoes smoothered in parsley sauce and an … Pan fry in butter with new potatoes smoothered in parsley sauce and an ensamble of vegetables.Healthy option.



no need for any sauce.....ruins the flavour imo...better off if you can buying it at a fish warehouse on the docks or at the very least a whole fish (and check its fresh too).....my son loves eating the bits off the fish head, he's 8

bytemaster;4299443

I don't particularly like sea bass, but it nice to see some evidence of … I don't particularly like sea bass, but it nice to see some evidence of people cooking from scratch.When I see posts for 'cook-in' sauces and other factory foods I despair at what a lazy, tasteless bunch of consumers they are marketed at. So heat to the OP and rep to all you healthy eaters



true to a point, tho this is the lazy persons means to cooking fish...fillet stuff isnt fresh and has lost most of its flavour before its hit the shelves
also include garbage chain resturants selling mostly plastic tasteless food to poor saps that thinks its good..lol...you know the ones, they have a kids menu which has rubbish on it eg burger and chips, chicken and chips, suprised there isnt chips and chips (why??) my son eats what my wife and I eat......he loves usual plain fair, but also scallops, smoked salmon, all fish (including skin), chicken feet, dim sum, etc - he wasnt keen on mild curry tho!! and isnt overly keen on burgers

barclays;4299035

Bl***** Supermarkets for fish ! you are all mad :thinking:Your local … Bl***** Supermarkets for fish ! you are all mad :thinking:Your local fishmonger would be cheaper than that and also up to 7 days fresher ! MOST Fish and Meat from supermarkets is such a false economy



Did it ever enter your thick skull that some people dont HAVE A local fishmonger???? jeeze!

tastes so much nicer when when u cook on the bone

Black Bream is virtually the same and much cheaper. I want some herrings but can't find any, nearest fish monger to Bedford is Biggleswade!

this isnt a good deal! im a fish filleter down cornwall and we get fresh bass in everyday and sell it for around £5-£6 kg and alot fresher even wild sea bass goes for around £10-£15 kg .

Original Poster

bargainman;4303076

this isnt a good deal! im a fish filleter down cornwall and we get fresh … this isnt a good deal! im a fish filleter down cornwall and we get fresh bass in everyday and sell it for around £5-£6 kg and alot fresher even wild sea bass goes for around £10-£15 kg .



Do you ship :whistling:

avoint;4309955

Do you ship :whistling:

Of course he ships... wadda think he does... swims? :-D:-D:-D Sorry! couldn't resist!
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