Grill, roast, or bake Mmmediterranean Branzino Filets
This type of white fish is shipped with the skin on, giving you more options for enjoying it.
Try this fish in a wide variety of Italian, Spanish, and Greek recipes as well as other dishes.
Branzino, also known as the European Sea Bass, is slightly smaller than the general Sea Bass. Mmmediterranean farms this fish from the coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea, which gives it more flavor than ocean Sea Bass. You can enhance the natural taste of the Branzino filet with olive oil and herbs.
This savory fish filet is extremely easy to cook. It can be steamed, roasted, baked or grilled. For a simple dinner, pan fry the branzino fillet in a large skillet over medium-high heat until fully cooked—gently flip about halfway through the cooking time. Then, plate it with asparagus, wild rice, butter, and fresh lemon juice.
For a rich seafood tapas platter, you can cook branzino and then serve with Spanish octopus, Galician mussels, and red shrimp. Best enjoyed with a bottle of white wine.
4 x 6 oz each (total weight of 24 oz)