I made this with frozen bass from fishing season surplus. I didn't have all the ingredients, so I didn't use a sweet pepper, just added 1 jalapeno, 1 red chile, and 1 green chile cut up in large pieces so I could pick them out after their flavors had merged with the rest of the dish (I like spicy, but not too hot). I made the salsa the night before and then marinated it with the fish for about an hour before cooking. Then I cooked all of it in a non-stick skillet until the fish was done and the salsa was charred a bit. Lastly, I sprinkled paprika on top of the fish with a bit of lime zest and lime juice. I served it with colored toasted tortilla chips on a bed of fennel and jasmine rice with lemon and lime. The dish smelled wonderfully fragrant (not at all fishy due to the citrus acids) and tasted heavenly! Finally something else to make with bass other than fish and chips! The bass is not as good as the tilapia, but it is still quite good:)
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I made this with frozen bass from fishing season surplus. I didn't have all the ingredients,...