Baked Sea Bass with Cheese and Vegetables Recipe

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Sea bass is a wonderful fish, able to boast not only a weak fish smell and surprisingly tender, juicy and soft meat, but also almost completely devoid of small bones, with which many people do not like to mess around. And, you will agree, it is even more inappropriate to extract the bones from the fish for a few minutes at a time at a festive table! And in its benefits, sea bass is fairly equated with salmon, because it is also very rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. So this is an ideal option in all respects, both for the daily menu and for festive feasts! Try to bake this amazing fish together with vegetables and cheese – this combination will allow you to discover new, hitherto unknown flavors!

Fish Cutlets with Mustard and Honey Sauce Recipe

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Yesterday we discussed the New year’s menu. My sister read a whole post that for the year of the Bull, you can not eat beef dishes, but you should give preference to fish and seafood. Of course, I am against all these new-fangled trends, what you can eat and what you can’t, but I have nothing against fish dishes. It’s delicious and healthy. I offer a recipe for the most fragrant fish cutlets with mustard-honey sauce.

Fish in Crazy Water Recipe

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Fish in crazy water (Pesce all’acqua pazza) – an old dish of the Italian poor. There are two similar theories about this strange name. According to one of them, due to the fact that salt was not affordable for the poor, fishermen began to cook freshly caught fish in a sauce of sea water and wine. According to the second theory, giving most of the wine produced to the landlords, the peasants began to make a certain drink from various remnants of wine production and water. They called it Acqua pazza (crazy water) and from it came the name of the fish. Whatever it was, the dish is simple, and the fish as a result is tender and juicy.