Our sea bass fillet recipe is coated in a basil panko crust and served with tomato salad for a dinner of fresh Mediterranean flavours. It's ready in just 15 minutes and under 500 calories - the perfect midweek meal for one. Try more of our 15 minute meals here...
Our sea bass recipe with grilled courgette, lemon and hazelnut comes from Percy and Founder in Fitzrovia, London. It's ready in under an hour, is really easy to follow and under 500 calories but still looks fantastic on the plate, perfect if you're hosting a dinner party but don't want to over-indulge.
Want a baked sea bass recipe? This simple recipe is super fresh, healthy and perfect for a quick summer evening meal. When roasted, these cherry tomatoes burst and create their own vibrant sauce, giving extra sweetness to this dish.
One of the most-loved sea bass recipes in South America, ceviche is a zingy starter that's easy to prepare. It tastes as good as it looks and is guaranteed to wow your dinner party guests. Try our dinner party starter ideas here...
Check out this gluten free sea bass with fermented chilli. This punchy fish recipe is super easy to make and comes from Taiwanese restaurant XU in London's Chinatown. The chilli makes a really vibrant sea bass sauce.
Looking for quick and easy sea bass fillet recipes? Try our crispy sea bass with easy blitzed beetroot and quick pickled veg. This simple recipe is low in calories and gluten free, plus it looks impressive too.
Eating healthily doesn't have to mean compromising on good food. This miso-glazed sea bass fillet with ginger greens is quick and easy to make and under 300 calories.
Our quick and easy sea bass fillet recipe is made light and refreshing with a noodle salad. It's ready in just 30 minutes but is packed full of flavour. Try our top noodle recipes here...
This recipe for grilled sea bass with Cretan rusk salad with tomato, oregano and feta comes from Morito in Hackney. It's easy, ready in 30 minutes and low-cal.
Our fried tilapia recipe is gluten free and really easy to make. The batter won't go really golden, but it will stay crispy and is perfect for soaking up the nuoc cham (dipping sauce).
It only takes five ingredients to make this healthy sea bass recipe for two. Delicate sea bass fillets are steamed with ginger, garlic and orange then finished with coriander. Serve with a big bowl of wilted greens for a low-fat dinner.
Baking fish in salt keeps all the moisture in. Crack the crust at the table for maximum wow-factor. This one is filled with a Mediterranean mix of courgettes, peppers, asparagus, onions and sliced potatoes to add colour and texture. Each sea bass will serve two.