Today we will be making Chilean Sea Bass Puttanesca.
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PAN-SEARED CHILEAN SEA BASS PUTTANESCA RECIPE
Servings: 2-4 | Prep Time 10 | Cooking Time - 20 minutes
PAN-SEARED CHILEAN SEA BASS PUTTANESCA INGREDIENTS
2-4 Chilean Sea Bass | Fillets 6-8 oz. each
1 - 28 oz. Can Whole Tomatoes (San Marzano)
12 Yellow Teardrop Tomatoes
2 oz capers (rinsed)
1 1/2 Dozen Kalamata Olives
6-8 Anchovy Fillets (cut)
2-4 Garlic Cloves
4 oz. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Red Chile Flakes (I don’t add)
Salt and Pepper to tastes
PAN-SEARED CHILEAN SEA BASS PUTTANESCA INSTRUCTIONS
Start by crushing Tomatoes in a bowl.
Peel and finely chop Garlic
Remove Anchovies from oil and cut into smaller pieces.
Add Extra Virgin Olive Oil to the saute and heat oil on a medium heat.
Add Garlic and cook less than a minute.
Add the Anchovies and break down Anchovies while the Garlic browns.
Now that your Garlic is brown and Anchovies are more or less dissolved, you can add your hand crushed Tomatoes to the saute pan.
Now add Olives, Capers, Parsley, Basil and Black Pepper. (Salt at the End)
Cook on sauce on medium heat for 15 minutes at least. (sauce should be a little thicker than for pasta)
While your sauce is cooking, you can season your Chilean Sea Bass with Salt and Pepper.
Add Extra Virgin Olive Oil to a Cast Iron or non-stick pan.
Once the pan starts to smoke, add your Chilean Sea Bass, and brown on both sides. Cook about 3 minutes on each side depending on thickness of fillet.
After placing your Chilean Sea Bass, cut Teardrop Tomatoes in half and add them to the Puttanesca Sauce and cook about 25%-50%. (these can be left out)
Ladle some sauce on a plate and place Chilean Sea Bass on top and add a little more sauce on the fish, and top with a little EVOO.
Serve with a side of Spaghetti alla Puttanesca
You are done... Nice Job : )