Chilean sea bass with rutabaga and snow peas. 7/8/20

This was a delicious fish dinner. We had bought a bag of frozen Chilean sea bass at Costco and had three pieces left. John marinated them briefly in olive oil, garlic powder, paprika, lemon zest, salt, and bay leaf. The cooking was done in a 400F oven for 12 minutes for the thinner pieces and 15 minutes for the thicker piece. I made a mayo, lemon juice, mustard, parsley, caper, olive oil sauce and reheated our leftover rutabaga and sautéed snow peas. The dinner was a great success! It was so easy and took little time at all. I always feel daunted by the idea of cooking fish but this simple dinner is changing my mind.

Chilean sea bass, rutabaga, and snow peas

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