If you’re wondering what to serve with sea bass, look no further than these three super delicious recipes. They are easy and complete, offering nutritious options for an stress-free yet satisfying meal. Are you seeking ideas for what to serve with pan-seared sea bass or baked sea bass? You’ve come to the right place! Sea bass recipes below:
Baked Sea bass
This Baked Sea bass is one of my favourite fish recipes. Coated in a zesty lemon-infused crust and accompanied by roasted fennel and carrots. It’s an easy-to-make recipe and perfect for lazy Sunday lunch with a cold crisp white wine.
Butter and Sage Fish with Sweet Potato Mash
Looking for a delicious and hassle-free recipe that’s perfect for those busy midweek dinners? This Butter and Sage Fish with Sweet Potato Mash and Broccolini is a mouth-watering dish that combines minimal ingredients with maximum flavour. This Sage and Fish recipe is the perfect combination of buttery goodness and herb-infused flavours.
Still wondering what to serve with Sea bass?
If you’re still exploring options, here are 8 more popular and effortlessly easy suggestions:
- Lemon Herb Quinoa:
Light and fluffy quinoa infused with lemon zest and a medley of fresh herbs. This side dish adds a citrusy and herbaceous kick to balance the sea bass’s mild flavour.
– Cook quinoa as per package instructions.
– Once quinoa is cooked and fluffed, stir in lemon zest and chopped fresh herbs, like parsley.
- Roasted Asparagus with Parmesan:
Tender asparagus spears roasted to perfection and sprinkled with grated Parmesan. The earthy and savory notes of asparagus enhance the overall richness of the sea bass.
- Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts:
Brussels sprouts roasted until golden brown and caramelized, with a generous touch of garlic. The slightly sweet and nutty flavors complement the sea bass beautifully.
– Toss with 2 tbsp olive oil, minced garlic, salt, and pepper.
– Spread on a baking sheet in a single layer.
– Roast for 20-25 minutes until golden and crispy.
- Mango Avocado Salsa:
A refreshing salsa featuring diced mango, creamy avocado, red onion, and cilantro. The fruity and vibrant salsa adds a burst of freshness to the dish.
– In a bowl, combine 1 diced mango, 1 diced avocado, 1/2 red onion, and jalapeño.
– Add 1 lime juice and handful of cilantro (coriander), tossing gently to combine.
– Season with salt and pepper to taste.
- Herbed Couscous:
Prepare light and fluffy couscous, seasoned it with a mix of fresh herbs such as parsley and dill. This side dish provides a pleasant textural contrast to the buttery sea bass.
- Cauliflower Puree:
Silky and smooth cauliflower puree seasoned with garlic and a hint of nutmeg. This low-carb alternative pairs well with sea bass, adding a creamy and comforting element. Find our recipe and tips for Cauliflower mash here.
- Tomato Basil Salad:
Juicy tomatoes and fresh basil tossed in a light vinaigrette. The acidity of the tomatoes and the herbal notes of basil offer a refreshing balance to the sea bass.
- Sauteed Spinach with Pine Nuts:
Spinach lightly sautéed with garlic and topped with toasted pine nuts. This side dish brings a nutritious and flavorful component to the meal.