Rich in omega 3, fish is always a healthy dinner choice. So many customers will ask us what else is there in kosher fish besides salmon. Definitely try BRANZINO.
Branzino is the Italian name for Mediterranean Sea bass. Though it is fairly new in the US market, it has been enjoyed in Europe for many years. It has a delicate white flesh and a mild flavor therefore it adapts wonderfully to a wide range of recipes.
And if you are feeling adventurous, make it whole. It stays very moist baked that way.
This week we are bringing you a one pan dinner recipe using Branzino and our popular lemon dill marinade.
Raskin’s lemon dill marinade has only a few ingredients and the fact that you can read them all make it a great option to add flavors without compromising the healthy factor.
Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 40 min
Yields: 4-6 ppl
2 medium Branzinis
1 bunch green asparagus trimmed and cleaned
12 baby yams quartered
1 lemon thinly sliced
1 cup Raskin’s lemon dill marinade.
4 Tbspn oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Fresh dill to garnish (optional)
Spread the asparagus, baby yams and lemon in a sheet pan.
Drizzle the oil and add salt and pepper to taste
Lay the branzini in the center.
Pour Raskin’s lemon dill marinade over your fish
Bake in a preheated oven at 425 for about 40min
And if you are wondering if it’s branzino or branzini, the answer is: one branzino won’t be enough to share whereas 2 branzinis (plural) should do the job 🙂