Spicy food recipes have been slowly making their way towards popularity. Aside from that, a lot of people are willing to experiment cooking spicy foods and to enjoy eating them as well. If you are a one of those people who like to eat spicy fish recipes then this new recipe posted here in cooking Chilean sea bass recipes with Yan. Now, this recipe is a bit more complicated than the usual because of the fact that we are going to make our own salsa and spicy paste for this Chilean sea bass recipe. Most fish recipes depend on salsa and other kinds of sauce in order to make them delicious. So if you can create a good salsa then cooking Chilean sea bass recipes and making it more delicious would be a piece of cake. In this recipe, we will have three sets of ingredients. One for the fruit salsa, the other one is for the spicy paste, and the other one would be for cooking Chilean sea bass. Let us now begin.
Here are the ingredients that you would need for the fruit salsa:
-one small finely chopped red onion
-one peeled and diced ripe mango
-one half juice of lemon fruit
-one half juiced lime
-1 teaspoon of chopped jalapeno or any other hot pepper
-one peeled, seeded and chopped up by
-one tablespoon of honey
-one tablespoon of chopped cilantro
-one half teaspoon of chili powder
-a pinch of salt and pepper
-one fourth cup of olive oil or vegetable oil
Two prepare the salsa, you should first remove the jalapeno seeds and then prepare all the ingredients above, combined them, mix them and then refrigerate.
Ingredients for the spicy sauce or paste:
-one tablespoon of chili powder
-one fourth cup of olive oil
-one half tablespoon of curry powder
-one tablespoon of ground cumin
-1/4 teaspoon of paprika
-one fourth teaspoon turmeric
-one fourth teaspoon of onion powder
-one fourth teaspoon of garlic powder
-one half teaspoon mustard seed, toast it in a dry sauting pan for a minute
-one half teaspoon of anise seed
To make the paste is to simply combine the above ingredients and then mix them up.
Ingredients for cooking Chilean sea bass:
-four pieces of Chilean sea bass fillets
-vegetable oil for sauteing
-one fourth cup of flour
Once you already have the fruit salsa, spicy paste, and the ingredients for cooking the Chilean sea bass fillets, you can now start cooking this recipe. First, you should preheat the oven in about 375°. Mix the fish with salt and pepper and then coat it with flour. Spread out a thick coating of the spicy paste on the skin of the sea bass fillets. Add up two table spoons of oil to the hot oven skillet and then sear the fish skin side down. Once the skin of the fish is crispy, place the Chilean sea bass fillets in the oven and let it cook for approximately 10 to 13 minutes. Serve it with your own made fruit salsa.