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How to Pan Sear and Grill Black Sea Bass | with David Bailey of the Goose Hummock

David Bailey

Hello My Fishing Cape Cod! Black sea bass season is upon us, so today I wanted to share with you two recipes you can try at home in your own kitchen.

The first recipe is a grilled black sea bass with mango salsa and sweet plantain. We'll go over all the details for how to prepare this dish in the video below. 

The second recipe which I'll share with you today is a pan seared black sea bass with Mediterranean vegetables, on a bed of fresh broccoli rabe.

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Grilled Sea Bass with Plantains and Mango Salsa timestamps:

  • 00:00 - 01:03 - catching the sea bass
  • 01:17 - 01:53 - introduction with Goose co-owner Phil Howarth
  • 02:00 - 02:45 - plantains and mango salsa
  • 02:46 - how to peel a mango
  • 04:45 - finishing off the salsa
  • 05:10 - how to grill the sea bass 
  • 07:29 - serving the grilled sea bass with plantains and fresh  mango salsa 
  • 08:43 - pan searing the sea bass 
  • 10:09 - flipping over the sea bass
  • 10:45 - adding chopped garlic, peppers, red onion, pearl onion, baby golden potatoes, and sun dried black kalamata olives
  • 11:58 - adding 2 cups of white wine and covering the dish
  • 12:25 - adding halved tomatoes and broccoli rabe
  • 13:18 - final additions and serving the dish

Pan Seared Black Sea Bass with Mediterranean Vegetables timestamps:

  • 08:43 - pan searing the sea bass 
  • 10:09 - flipping over the sea bass
  • 10:45 - adding chopped garlic, peppers, red onion, pearl onion, baby golden potatoes, and sun dried black kalamata olives
  • 11:58 - adding 2 cups of white wine and covering the dish
  • 12:25 - adding halved tomatoes and broccoli rabe
  • 13:18 - final additions and serving the dish

What do you think?

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  1. Try steamed Asian style SEABASS very easy cut bass from vent to back of head clean body cavity remove blood line along backbone , clip fins optional . douse cavity with soy sauce wrap in foil belly up place on grill or oven, let cook bout 10 -12 minutes med high heat. open foil pull back bone out, meat is very tender eat directly from foil easy and clean up is a snap.

    Capt. Jerry

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    1. Great tip! 🍴

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  2. Great receipts and presentation! I wish we could find bass like that in Cape Cod Bay?

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    1. There’s a few black sea bass in Cape Cod Bay Ron, albeit not as many as in the Sounds or Buzzard’s Bay.

      Next time you are at Scorton Ledge tube and worming for stripers, take a break from trolling and drop a jig tipped with squid or Gulp down to the bottom. You might get surprised!

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