Sea bass & fruity fresh clementine salsa

Jun 18

Welcome to the third segment of my collaboration with Ocado! We’ve had some amazing entries for the previous Instagram competitions which featured courgette & jersey royals. This month’s star ingredient is citrus and for a chance to win a £50 Ocado shopping voucher, head over to the Ocado blog for full details.

Now then. Hands up if you’ve ever been stuck in a food rut, cooking the same things over and over. Maybe because it’s just so tasty. Easy. And safe.

Hands down my favourite birthday present last year: It’s All Good by Gwyneth Paltrow and Julia Turshen. Delicious content, visually fresh and stunning. This book has truly inspired me to try out new things and I have committed to cook at least one recipe from it a month.

And here is the latest… drumroll…: pan fried sea bass with clementime salsa.

_0889_0891_0895_0890Clementine Salsa

1/2 cucumber, cut into small dice

4 clementines, peeled and cut into small dice

1/2 fresh red chili, finely minced

1/4 red onion, finely sliced

1 handful of chopped coriander/cilantro

6 mint leaves, finely sliced

the juice of 1 lime

coarse sea salt

Toss all ingredients into a bowl and mix ’em up. The scent is so fresh and fruity, I wanna bottle it up.

The fish

The original recipe calls for striped bass which I couldn’t find so I opted for a beautiful sea bass fillet and quite frankly, I think the salsa would compliment most fish.

Coat the fillet in crystal sea salt and olive oil on both sides. Pan fry over high heat, turning both sides. Approximately 4 minutes, depending on the thickness.

Serve the fish with the clementine salsa and wild rice.


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  1. Annika Bee

    March 25th, 2014 at 5:36 pm

    Hey Anja. It says that this post is password protected. Is that right? I'd love to read it! :o)

  2. aboutanja

    March 27th, 2014 at 9:39 pm

    oh hey Annika! It’s part of an exciting project I’m partaking in. It’ll be revealed soon – will be sure to let you know when 🙂 thank you for checking in xx

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