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Chilean Sea Bass

A Chilean sea bass recipe that will knock your socks off. This turns out so yummy and delicious every time. Pair it with your favorite sides and enjoy! Let us know what you think!

What is Chilean Sea Bass?

Chilean Sea Bass aren't even a bass. What's up with that. They are actually a Patagonian toothfish. They are large, and they we originally caught by Chilean longline fishermen along the continental shelf. They are typically found down around 5,000 to 6,000 feet.

What does chilean Sea Bass Taste like?

They are a rich fish that melts in your mouth. Add butter to the plate and you are going to be in heaven. This is an absolutely delicious and beautiful looking fish.  The fish meat is incredibly tender and moist. When you cut it, it breaks into large, thick flakey pieces. It has been described as oily compared to other fish, which is why it has such a rich flavor. When cooked the fish stays just as white as when you bought it. In appearance a fish that is similar to Chilean sea bass is cod.

Is Chilean sea bass fattening?

Much of the flavor that Chilean Sea Bass contains is due to its high levels of Omega-3 Fatty acids. This aspect of the fish makes it not only delicious, but makes it very beneficial to your health. The first of the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acid is how it helps keep your eyes healthy.

Calories in chilean sea bass cooked

Bass, Chilean Sea

Calories: 184
Fat Calories: 130
Total Fat: 14.2 g
Saturated Fat: 3.2 g
Cholesterol: 49 mg

Chilean Sea Bass Calories


Bass, Chilean Sea

Calories: 184
Total Fat: 14.2 g
Saturated Fat: 3.2 g
Cholesterol: 49 mg
Sodium: 56 mg

What temperature is Chilean sea bass?

145 degrees F.

What temperature to cook Chilean sea bass? No matter how you cook it, you want to make sure that the internal temperature of all fish and seafood reaches 145 degrees F.

What goes well with Chilean sea bass?

Something simple like a buttery rice, and orzo pilaf, or roasted fingerling potatoes. Let the sea bass be the star.

Chilean Sea Bass

Chilean Sea Bass

Oil Free
Sugar Free
Low Carb
Calories per serving
  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees
  2. Arrange sea bass fillets in a single layer on foil-lined broiler pan
  3. Spread garlic and cilantro on and around fish
  4. Squeeze lemon juice on fillets, sprinkle salt and lemon pepper to taste, and add paprika for color
  5. Cover with foil and crimp edges to form a seal
  6. Bake for 20 minutes
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