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KUSTARD | 15:54 Tue 06th Sep 2011 | Food & Drink
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i recently bought some sea bass because my husband tried it in a restaurant and liked it. i would appreciate some ideas on how to cook it. could i just wrap it in foil and bake it in the oven? if so, for how long and at what temperature? simple ideas please because i have broken my wrist which is why there are no capital letters. can only manage one-finger typing at present.

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Skin on?
If you can put butter in the cavity of the fish, that should add to the juiciness. About 20 mins on a medium temperature.

Sorry to hear about the wrist. Hope you get better soon
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yes it is a fillet with the skin on it - not whole if that's what you mean
Def fry if it's skin on.
aah fillet, fry and enjoy.
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thanks all for your suggestions also for your good wishes alba. it doesn't hurt just frustrating trying to do things. don't think i can risk using a frying pan though which is why i asked about the oven.
Get hubby to fry it...only takes a few mins.
I like to cook it headless, gutted with skin on. I rub olive oil over the fish with my hands and grind some rock salt on top and bang it in the oven. I used to eat it that way at least twice weekly when I lived over in Spain. It's juiciest that way.
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right i am feeling very hungry now ummmm. i will do that. charlie is on cooker cleaning at the moment anyway. can't understand the mess he makes when he fries things. still .... he tries
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thanks no mercy that is great. i can do olive oil rubbing and salt grinding with one hand

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