What comes to your mind when we talk about SEAFOOD?
Fishes, prawns, squids, clams and the list can goes on and on!
Are you ready seafood lovers?!
Ready to prepare a simple pan-fried seafood for your love ones?
We shall start off with getting the freshest seafood from your usual fishmonger or fish stall.
You can use any type of fish according to your preference, for example – seabass, salmon, groupa, snipper and etc.
For instance, my chioce of fish for this dish is seabass.
The ideal size of fish for two is about 600 to 800 grams.
Do remember to request the fishmonger to fillet your fish.
Fillet the fish into 4 portion (easier to flip when frying).
2 fillet per person
Amount of prawns will be estimated according to your preference.
lets say 2 prawns per person.
Next the squid.
A medium size squid will be just nice for two.
So half a squid per person.
* Note: you can also add clams or scallops.
Stir fry some garlics with olive oil.
Once you see the oil starts bubbling, push the garlics aside and place 2 fillets of seabass into the pan.
Observe the fish, flip the fillets when its brown on the underside
Flip again, the fillet should have cooked with this nice golden brown. Get ready the prawns and squids.
Place in the prawns.
And then the squids. The prawn and squid should be placed at the later part as they get cooked easily.
Remember to take out the garlic when it turns brown, don’t get it burned.
Place on the asparagus followed by watercress.
Sprinkle some salt and pepper on the seafood and start taking out the squids, prawns and also the watercress.
Squeeze half a lemon juice onto the fish.
Pour white wine onto the fish.
Drizzle the mixture of white wine and lemon juice, left from the pan, onto the fish.
Allow it to flow slowly onto the watercress and asparagus.
(White wine and lemon juice sauce goes well with watercress)
Ingredients (serves 2)
- 1 medium size seabass about 700g
- 1 medium size squid
- 4 medium size prawns
- 6-8 stocks of asparagus
- 6 stocks of watercress
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 6 tablespoons of white wine
- 3 tablespoons of olive oil
- 2 garlic clove