How To Cook Chilean Sea Bass With A Common Mustard Sauce

Sometimes, it is better to just have a simple recipe. While this new recipe from cooking Chilean sea bass recipes with Yan is simple, it is actually a good one. If you are just starting out on learning how to cook Chilean sea bass recipes than this is one of those dishes I would recommend that you try cooking. The ingredients in this recipe are not that lengthy but these are just enough to give you a delicious meal. One of the main ingredients in this recipe is the mustard. Now I would prefer using an ordinary mustard for this but feel free to use any type or brand of mustard that you prefer. The average time for cooking this recipe would be 10 to 14 minutes. Before anything else, I would like to encourage all of you to come up with varieties of the Chilean sea bass recipes that you get here so you can have a great cooking experience. Now, I will not make this long so let us start cooking this recipe.

-two pieces of Chilean sea bass fillets, six ounces each
-1 teaspoon mustard
-one tablespoon of butter
-one tablespoon of breadcrumbs
-one fourth teaspoon of seasoning mix or seasoned salt, any good brand will do

Now let us start burying the ingredients and cooking the Chilean sea bass fillets. If you have just taken the Chilean sea bass fillets off the freezer and then let them sit at a room temperature for around 15 to 20 minutes. Season the fillets with salt and mix with pepper on both sites. As you do this, melt the butter on the cooking pan over medium high heat. After everything is all set up, you can now cook the sea bass for four to six minutes. While cooking, turned the sea bass fillets over and then apply a thin coat of mustard and then sprinkle the seasoning on it. Now cook the Chilean sea bass fillets for a minute and then sprinkle the breadcrumbs on the top of each piece. Then, cover the pan and put the heat to low level for about six to eight minutes. Keep on cooking until the fish fillets are ready to eat.

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