Sauce for bass

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Sauce for bass

Post by andy1_i » Wed Oct 28, 2009 11:09 am

Heat up some olive oil in pan,get it hot,then pan fry a bass fillets skin side down until skin is crispy.

Meanwhile get a saucepan, heat up some butter (about half a packet) get it simmering/boiling add some fresh ground tarragon (about a tblspn) a finlely chopped green chilli (the small birds eye ones) add some salt and pepper,and a cheese slice(or a chunk of stilton yum) let the sauce thicken slightly and pour over fried bass.

its delicious and moreish

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Post by andy1_i » Thu Nov 12, 2009 10:41 am

i see a few people have viewed this post,i was wondering if anybody has actually tried it?

as a bit of feed back would be nice:D

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Post by manic_muppet » Thu Nov 12, 2009 11:01 am

Well i viewed out of curiosity, i dont actually eat the fish i catch. (unless i catch a nice cod) i put them back. but it sounds nice, though im not the most adventurous person on here. :D Cheers...Mick

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Post by steveseagull » Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:41 pm

It sounds really nice, apart from the butter, tarragon, chilli, oh and the cheese.

If fact, unless whatever i am eating is cooked to the texture of a crispy cricket bat and unadulturated with sauce/jus/gravy the dog gets it.

Cooking is something you watch on the tv whilst waiting for the Simpsons to come on.

Dairy products are the spawn of the Devil :-O
All hail the red sauce or brown if i am feeling reckless ;)

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Post by andy1_i » Fri Nov 13, 2009 12:26 am

i dont know i try to bring abit of sophistication to the forefront,pah!! pmsl :D phillistines lol :D.

roflmao

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Post by geordiesandman » Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:25 am

i've found that adding a little fennel to bass is delicious. last time i simply oven cooked it in foil with a couple pieces of lime, some sliced red peppers, and dusted with fenel seeds. then served it up with some roast peppers and tomatoes and a couple of new potatos.....yummmy

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Post by robc22 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:45 am

sounds yummy.....think I will try it with a bit of flounder......

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