I have to admit when with my parents, I usually eat more fish, more seafood in general, seems just like most of my friends don’t like it so I don’t tend to prepare it for myself when travelling with them. But after days of wishful thinking and longing for grilled fish I decided to make it. But first went to the beach for a swim.
Coming back from the beach I could see my friends starting the grill and the scent coming made me absolutely hungry. I insisted on grilling the fish even though they didn’t want any. In the end I was glad that I decided to make fish and didn’t feel any envy towards those who were enjoying steaks and burgers. It’s always good to have a diverse diet, and we should eat fish as much as we can.
Sea bream is a fish I prepare and eat very often. As a kid my parents took me to lots of seafood restaurants all over the coast, and not as many of other kids who were there with their parents, usually eating fries, I was eating grilled fish and boiled mangold with potatoes. My parents showed me from a young age that eating various dishes and having a diverse diet with lots of vegetables is very important and that’s why today I love trying out all kinds of cuisines and food from all over the world.
Try out my recipe, I can really say that it will take you right to this beautiful coastline I shared with you in my photos, you will feel the sun on your face and a fresh breeze coming from the sea. Share any comments on how it turned out and hope you’ll like it as much as I do.
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Preparation: 15 min
Cook time: 15 min
- 4 salpas
- 5 branches rosemary
- 2 cloves garlic, sliced
- Lime juice
- Olive oil
- Season the fish with salt, place sliced garlic in the fish and a branch of rosemary in each. Start the outdoor grill, sprinkle some olive oil over the fish and grill it on each side until done. While turning it over spread olive oil over it with a branch of rosemary.
- Enjoy the fish with a simple potato salad, grilled bread or a fresh summer vegetable salad!