BBQ Fillet of Sea Bass
A fabulous suggestion from local Chef, Chris Wheeler, which is perfect for special occasion summer dining. If you haven’t got the BBQ fired up then it can be cooked in a griddle pan too.
With a Cucumber, Pea, Rocket, Watercress and Cherry Tomato Salad, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Low Fat Natural Yogurt Dressing.
Ingredients for 4:
Cut the sea bass fillets in half and marinate them in a little olive oil and fresh mint for approximately 4 hours then squeeze a little lemon juice over. Place the fillets skin side down on your BBQ and cook for 4 minutes , turn over and cook for a further 4 minutes.
Meanwhile, cut the cherry tomatoes in half, place into a bowl add your fresh peas from the pod and season. Wash and spin dry the watercress and rocket, add into the bowl.,Using a potato peel, peel the cucumbers in to ribbons and add to the bowl.
Mix the lemon zest and natural yogurt together and season. Toss the salad with your yogurt dressing and place in the middle of each plate or on your platter. Arrange the sea bass on top, add a little more yogurt dressing and sprinkle over the toasted pumpkin seeds.