Branzino al forno (Baked sea bass)

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Branzino al forno (Baked sea bass)

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2 Sea bass 700 g/each, already gutted
2 Potato average sized
1 Lemon
Butter
Rosemary
1 glass White wine dry
Extra virgin olive oil
Salt
Pepper

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Branzino al forno (Baked sea bass) is a very versatile second course. Branzino, Also called sea bass, this fish has firm and delicate flesh. It is also a very easy recipe to make, making it perfect for multiple occasions.

With Branzino al forno, we bring you a quick and easy recipe for a great fish second course. Sea bass, is a type of fish with lean, firm and not very spiny meat. Characteristics that make it very popular in cooking.

Simple and light baking enhances the delicate flesh of the sea bass, which can be flavored with your favorite flavorings and seasonings. Extra virgin olive oil, lemon, rosemary and sage, or thyme, are the most suitable. Branzino al forno with potatoes is as suitable for a family Sunday lunch as it is for a dinner with friends.

An alternative cooking method, which still involves the use of the oven, is Branzino al cartoccio (sea bass baked in foil): this preparation allows the cooking sauce of the fish to be kept inside the foil itself, keeping the meat particularly soft.

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To prepare the Branzino al forno (Baked sea bass), start by washing and drying the fish well. Line a baking sheet with baking paper, which you will brush with oil. Peel the potatoes, wash and dry them, and cut them into slices about an inch thick. Arrange them on the baking sheet, salt them lightly and pepper them. Dress them with a drizzle of oil.

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On the potatoes lay the two sea basses and fill the belly with a knob of butter, a slice of lemon, salt and pepper. On each place a few rosemary needles. Transfer the baking dish to an oven preheated to 170°C (338°F) and bake for 10 minutes. Then pour the slightly warm wine into the pan, raise the temperature to 190°C (374°F) and bake for another 20 minutes, brushing the sea basses a couple of times with their cooking juices.

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When cooked, serve the Branzino al forno (Baked sea bass) accompanied by the cooked potatoes.

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