Pan Fried Sea Bream Recipe
I haven't shared a fish recipe for quite a long time. The fact that I have been buying the same kinds of fish and cooking them in the same way lately and not looking for adventure has a great effect on this. Sea bream in the pan is not an adventurous recipe either. One of my favorite recipes lately. But frankly, I didn't realize it wasn't on the blog.
I thought I shared every possible type of sea bream that can be cooked until now. It turns out that among the recipes of grilled sea bream and sea bream with vinaigrette sauce, there was no pan fried sea bream. That's why I photographed it to share in my last time.
Pan fried sea bream is a pretty simple recipe. It also cooks in a very short time in the pan. Although it is cooked cleaner way in the oven and there is no need to clean the stove, the short cooking time is more practical for situations where you want the food to be ready as soon as possible. I use shelled garlic and bay leaves for flavoring. But if you don't like it, you can skip it. You don't have to use a substitute, but if you have it and you like it, you can add a few sprigs of fresh thyme or fresh rosemary.
If you are very uncomfortable with the smell of fish at home, you can prevent the smell from permeating the house by paying attention to a few things. If you are going to cook it in a pan, make sure to use the stove vent. After cooking the fish, wash the dishes immediately, take the garbage out of the house immediately, open the kitchen window and ventilate the kitchen. After cleaning the stove well, put some water in a sauce pan, any kind of vinegar, a stick of cinnamon and a few pieces of lemon or orange peel into the water and simmer for 5-10 minutes on low heat. You can change the smell of the room by boiling it. Of course, it will also make your job easier to remember that no matter what food you cook, it will smell and try not to obsess about it.
Enjoy the recipe...
- 2 sea breams,
- 3 cloves of garlics,
- 3 bay leaves,
- Salt to taste,
- 6-7 tablespoons of olive oil.
- Take the olive oil in a large pan and heat it,
- Add the bay leaves and crushed unpeeled garlic cloves,
- Place the washed and largely dried fishes in the pan,
- Sprinkle salt on them and inside,
- Fry on high heat until the bottoms of them are browned and the inside of the bottom part turns white,
- Turn them over with the help of a spatula and sprinkle salt on them,
- Cook the bottom parts until browned and white inside,
- The last part that is cooked is the inside of the head, after you see that it turns white and is cooked, remove it from the heat,
- Serve hot.
Enjoy your meal...