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Whole Sea Bass 300G £1.75 @ Tesco
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Whole Sea Bass 300G £1.75 @ Tesco

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Posted 5th Feb

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1/2 price offer on this whole Sea Bass at Tesco from today. You'll need to purchase the product from the fish counter.

Offer valid from 05/02/2020 until 25/02/2020

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Siegel193305/02/2020 09:20

Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??


Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil in a pan, season the fillet side of the fish, lay it down in the pan (skin) side, after around 8 minutes you'll see the flesh is cooked, serve with boiled potatoes and carrots (melt a little butter over them). Voila, ready to eat.

Seabass has a buttery taste to it, you don't need to add a strong sauce when serving, the seasoning alone will do a grand job.

Enjoy.
mr_hercules05/02/2020 09:53

That's because they're farmed



erm, yeah i know... maybe you didnt understand my comment?
Edited by: "cainer1" 5th Feb
Siegel193305/02/2020 09:20

Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??


I've just googled it myself... Oven at 170-190, rub with olive oil, sale n pepper, herbs if you like, roast uncovered 20-30 minutes. Eat.
I'm not a fan of fishy fish but this is supposed to be mild and ok for us non fishy fish eaters...
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Is it farmed?
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foxhound05/02/2020 08:31

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The ill-tempered ones are still full price unfortunately
beaufinder105/02/2020 08:24

Is it farmed?


Yep...wild sea bass are much harder to find and typically cost about £30 a kilo!
Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??
Siegel193305/02/2020 09:20

Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??


Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil in a pan, season the fillet side of the fish, lay it down in the pan (skin) side, after around 8 minutes you'll see the flesh is cooked, serve with boiled potatoes and carrots (melt a little butter over them). Voila, ready to eat.

Seabass has a buttery taste to it, you don't need to add a strong sauce when serving, the seasoning alone will do a grand job.

Enjoy.
Siegel193305/02/2020 09:20

Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??


I've just googled it myself... Oven at 170-190, rub with olive oil, sale n pepper, herbs if you like, roast uncovered 20-30 minutes. Eat.
I'm not a fan of fishy fish but this is supposed to be mild and ok for us non fishy fish eaters...
devilish05/02/2020 08:37

Yep...wild sea bass are much harder to find and typically cost about £30 …Yep...wild sea bass are much harder to find and typically cost about £30 a kilo!


it's also illegal for fishermen to retain them if they are under 42cm long,
and these ones are much smaller than that
cainer105/02/2020 09:30

it's also illegal for fishermen to retain them if they are under 42cm …it's also illegal for fishermen to retain them if they are under 42cm long, and these ones are much smaller than that


That's because they're farmed
mr_hercules05/02/2020 09:53

That's because they're farmed



erm, yeah i know... maybe you didnt understand my comment?
Edited by: "cainer1" 5th Feb
Siegel193305/02/2020 09:20

Is it easy to cook a full fish...I've only ever done fillets??


Scale them first.
lecturas.com/rec…l/4


You'll have to translate it, but the Spanish way of doing Seabass is my favourite, and literally as easy as it gets..
Not a bad price. But I had one a while ago and the batteries kept falling out. Also, the voice kept going weird when it sang. There are plenty of videos on YouTube about it.
Dakota77705/02/2020 09:29

Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil …Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil in a pan, season the fillet side of the fish, lay it down in the pan (skin) side, after around 8 minutes you'll see the flesh is cooked, serve with boiled potatoes and carrots (melt a little butter over them). Voila, ready to eat.Seabass has a buttery taste to it, you don't need to add a strong sauce when serving, the seasoning alone will do a grand job.Enjoy.



The fishmongers in our Tesco Extra refuse to descaled whole fish. Its a mucky business & can get your kitchen in a right state,
Willy_Wonka05/02/2020 15:20

The fishmongers in our Tesco Extra refuse to descaled whole fish. Its a …The fishmongers in our Tesco Extra refuse to descaled whole fish. Its a mucky business & can get your kitchen in a right state,


When you ask them to have it pan-ready, that process doesn't involve de-scaling the fish so there shouldn't be any reason for them to refuse. Just think of the fish being split straight down the middle, guts and head removed - that's all, pretty straightforward.

Hope it works out for you, should you decide to pay a visit.
RuudBullit05/02/2020 11:46

https://www.lecturas.com/recetas/lubina-horno_3235.html/4You'll have to …https://www.lecturas.com/recetas/lubina-horno_3235.html/4You'll have to translate it, but the Spanish way of doing Seabass is my favourite, and literally as easy as it gets..


Thanks. That looks a great way to cook sea bass, or sea bream too. I'd also put some Rosemary and garlic into the cavity.
What songs does it sing?
Slappa da bass
Dakota77705/02/2020 09:29

Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil …Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil in a pan, season the fillet side of the fish, lay it down in the pan (skin) side, after around 8 minutes you'll see the flesh is cooked, serve with boiled potatoes and carrots (melt a little butter over them). Voila, ready to eat.Seabass has a buttery taste to it, you don't need to add a strong sauce when serving, the seasoning alone will do a grand job.Enjoy.


They asked how to cook a whole fish, not fillets
Dakota77705/02/2020 09:29

Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil …Ask the fishmonger to have it pan-ready for you, heat a little olive oil in a pan, season the fillet side of the fish, lay it down in the pan (skin) side, after around 8 minutes you'll see the flesh is cooked, serve with boiled potatoes and carrots (melt a little butter over them). Voila, ready to eat.Seabass has a buttery taste to it, you don't need to add a strong sauce when serving, the seasoning alone will do a grand job.Enjoy.


Thanks
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