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I realized recently that although I eat meat and fish, very few of my recipes feature these ingredients. Secondly, when I do eat it, I eat it fairly simply. A little olive oil, salt, pepper, fresh herbs and lemon juice is all I need to brighten up a fresh piece of fish or good quality meats.
With that said, I have made a goal to start experimenting with different crusts, sauces and sides to spice up my simple protein recipes.
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I think its important as a cook to constantly challenge your skills and taste buds to open your world to a whole new flavour experience. I know that many of my followers are vegetarian and vegan.
Sea Bass with Lentils, Tomatoes and Asparagus
I have been very open with my views on eating animal products. Eating organic grass fed beef and free range chicken works for me physically and mentally. At the end of the day, the most important thing is to do what works for your mind and body.
As always, all meat recipes can be swapped with your favourite vegetarian protein such as tofu, tempeh, beans etc.. Many local farms are offering delivery services to surrounding areas for those of you looking for quality meats. Now for the recipe… This sea bass recipe can be swapped with any of your favourite white fish. It is so quick and easy to put together and leaves you feeling light yet satisfied!
This recipe is for 1 serving. Just multiply the ingredients by the number of people your serving! Hope you love it. In a medium skillet, heat half of the olive oil on medium heat. Add your onions, asparagus and cherry tomatoes. Allow to cook for minutes until the asparagus is cooked through and the tomatoes begin to burst.
On a small baking tray, coat your fish in remaining olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place on top of thyme. An unknown error has occurred.
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