Recipe by Christala
"This simple, healthy, and delicious Mediterranean fish, also known as 'Greek Sea Bass', should be cooked whole. The cavity of the fish can be stuffed with lemon and other ingredients for added flavor. It is a very mild-tasting and versatile fish. The oregano and lemon make it truly Greek cuisine that many will enjoy. Can be found wild-caught in many stores. Enjoy!"
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olive oil, divided
red onion, chopped
salt and ground black pepper to taste
Branzino (sea bass) fish, cleaned
fresh oregano leaves
chopped Italian flat-leaf parsley
Thank you for the recipe!
Made it just like you describe... well almost.
I 'zested' up some of the lemon and mixed it with the onion that I put into the cavity. Other than that...
Bottom line is the fish was a BIG hit!
Gonna have to buy more bronzino (bronzini?) soon.
I have never liked fish. The last time I ate fish was back in the 80s. I came across the recipe and decided to make it for my husband who loves any kind of fish any way it's cooked. He talked me into taking a small bite, and wow. It was so delicious. Melt in your mouth, no fishy taste. I have written it down and put it in my recipe box. It not only is a keeper but a pass along too! Thanks for sharing this. You rock!
I had never heard of Branzino before and did not think the local store would carry it, but to my surprise they had it and it was on sale! We followed your directions to the letter and this made for a wonderful date night meal. Next time we will remember to take a photo, it was a beautiful display. The flavor was mild and the fish was very tender. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful recipe! The rosemary and oregano are a nice subtle touch on the delicate lemon juice flavoring with the Bronzino.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 113
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