Chilean sea bass, new potatoes, broccoli 8/2/22

Baked Chilean sea bass with steamed potatoes and broccoli

Chilean sea bass was not on the menu today but we were at Costco and they had nicely sized pieces for three people at a reasonable price. It was actually cheaper per pound than the frozen pieces we buy in a bag. We decided to take advantage of it.

John cooked the simply seasoned sea bass in the oven at 400F for about 18 minutes since the pieces were thick. I started steaming the new potatoes shortly before he started the fish and then covered them to keep them warm while I steamed the broccoli. (One pan!)

I added a teaspoon of butter to the cooked broccoli and everything was sprinkled with lemon juice. The lemon and butter on the broccoli was especially good.

This was a simple, yet delicious meal. When you start with good products nothing much else needs to be done.

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3 Responses to Chilean sea bass, new potatoes, broccoli 8/2/22

  1. Kevin says:

    You are so right – choose good quality ingredients and keep it simple!

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