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Shut Up and Mangia!, Issue #155 - Sea Bass Pomodoro
July 20, 2014

"There's nothing more romantic than Italian food." - Elisha Cuthbert

Light flakey sea bass topped with garlic, tomatoes and fresh basil ! Mangia Italiano!

Sea Bass Pomodoro

This Sea Bass Pomodoro recipes is an unbelievably delicious dish. You can use canned tomatoes for this recipe but fresh tomatoes will truly enhance the flavor of the sea bass. The pancetta added to the Sea Bass Pomodoro sauce also gives it a distinct unexpected flavor. Unlike American bacon, pancetta is cured with a variety of herbs, spices and garlic.

A great chef's technique for cooking the sea bass, or any thick cut of fish or meat, is pan roasting. This technique gives the fish or meat a nice crust and moist juicy interior. All you need to do is to place the pan over medium to high heat. Get the pan very hot then add a little olive oil. When the olive oil is heated but not smoking add the seasoned fish and cook for ............. Read More

Eat Like An Italian

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