Pan-Fried Bass Fish Fillet with Beans

Fish is one of our favorite ingredients in my family. I try to cook fish in all different ways, pan-fry, deep fry, steam, boil, and bake. So far, all these methods are working in my family. And every time I cook fish, I can hear someone make "en...ennnn...en....................." sound on the table. It means he really enjoys the dish. That makes me really happy.

Pan-Fried Bass Fish Fillet with Beans
Cooking time: from start to finish 15 minutes

Ingredients: fish fillet, beans, steamed rice, one egg, and Montreal Steak Spice shown on the picture below. If you don't it, fine. Go to your local grocery store, find similar steak spice. They all work the same.
Pan-Fried Bass Fish Fillet with BeansDirections:
1. Beans: boil beans until tender, and rinse in cold water. Add olive oil, salt, pepper.
2. Fried rice: add oil and then rice. When rice is all separated, add the egg yolk, and stir them well. The rice color will turn yellow when the yolk is cooked. Flavor with salt and pepper.
3. Fish: sprinkle the Montreal spice on both sides of the fish. There is no need to marinate the fish, since the dry spice flavor will hardly get into the fish flesh without any liquid.
4. Heat up the pan, and add 1 tbs butter, and 1 tbs olive oil. When butter is melt, add fish. High heat. Once the bottom side is turning golden brown, flip the fish, do the same. It takes about 2 minutes to cook each side or less.


Kitchen Butterfly said...

Had seabass for dinner. Love it. You've cooked in beautifully and the

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KingSparta said...

Looks Very Nice.