A lot of people underestimate the power of using seafood seasoning when it comes to making your Chilean sea bass recipe more delicious. So in this latest installment of cooking Chilean in sea bass recipes with Yan, I am going to show you how to make a simple baked Chilean sea bass fillet more tastier with the use of seafood seasoning. I would always use seafood seasoning on the foods that I took especially fish is. So if you are someone like me, then you would most probably love cooking this particular Chilean sea bass recipe. And by the way, this recipe uses the most common ingredients therefore you will not have a hard time preparing the things that you would need for this recipe. This should be quick and easy for you. If you are now excited to begin then let me tell you the ingredients you have to prepare to start cooking this recipe.
-two tablespoons of olive oil
-2 pounds of Chilean sea bass fillet
Once the recipes for this debate Chilean sea bass recipe is complete then we can now start cooking. The first thing you have to do is to pour the olive oil and then spread it evenly over the bottom of the baking pan. Wash of the sea bass rinse and then pat dry with the use of paper towels. Put the Chilean sea bass fillets on the coated baking sheet and sprinkle the seafood seasoning on them to add more taste. Pour in the salt and pepper, if necessary or desired. Sprinkle the paprika lightly onto fish fillets. After that, place the baking pan in the oven that has been preheated up to 400°F and then bake for 10 minutes depending on the inch of thickness of the fillets. The fish fillets they should be done once they have opaque color and has a bit of a flaky texture. Serve it with your favorite drink.