Fried Seabass with Mango Yoghurt Dressing Recipe

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Ingredients:

  1. Fresh seabass cut into 1 1/2 thick inch width slices
  2. Japanese wine or sake to marinate the seabass
  3. Salt and Pepper
  4. All purpose flour or gfcf flour (if you have special diets)
  5. fried garlic bits as topping

Sauce:

  1. 2 ripe mango cheeks scooped out
  2. plain yoghurt or if gfcf use mayonnaise to taste

Procedure:

Wash the fresh seabass fillets, cut into thick 1 1/2 thick inch slices. Add japanese wine to the fish an hour or two before cooking , enough to coat. Japanese wine helps remove the fishy smell. Rub with salt and pepper prior to cooking.

Heat oil until you see a small amount of bubbling in the oil when you dip a wooden chopstick. Coat seabass fillets lightly in flour on all sides. Add to the pan, skin side down first. When the sides are a little brown, turn the fish to be able to cook the other side. Do not overcook.

Once all the fish are cooked, sprinkle with minced garlic for added flavor .

Sauce:

In a blender, add mango pulp and yoghurt or mayonnaise. Mix until well blended and serve. Adjust to your taste. You may add a little sugar if the mango is too tart.

Pictures:

Marinate seabass with japanese wine, salt and pepper

Marinate seabass with japanese wine, salt and pepper

Lightly coat the seabass with flour

Lightly coat the seabass with flour

Fry the seabass skin side down in hot oil

Fry the seabass skin side down in hot oil

Turn when one side with golden yellow to brown

Turn when one side with golden yellow to brown

Don't overcook the fish.

Turn the fillet gently and try not to overcook

Freshly cooked fried seabass

Freshly cooked fried seabass

Fried seabass with flavorful fried garlic bits

Fried seabass with flavorful fried garlic bits

The flavor of the food is as good as the picture looks

Mango Yoghurt Dressing

Mango Yoghurt Dressing

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