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Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables – low FODMAP

Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables
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Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables – for this simple but flavourful dish you certainly do not need a barbecue in the garden! A grill pan or an electric grill, such as George Foreman, that I use and I think it’s great. And it takes much less time to grill the fish than steam the veggies!

 

This Freshly Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables speaks for itself. There is no need for sophisticated seasoning or any sauce. You just enjoy the fresh flavours of amazing ingredients.

 

If you feel like a fish but you don’t really have time for long cooking times, like for example in case of fish curry or long preparation of fish pie, then this fish and veg dish is for you!

 

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Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables
Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables
 
 

Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables – low FODMAP:

1 small sea bass
 
5 baby new potatoes
 
1 large carrot
 
70 g broccoli florets
 
salt, black pepper, lemon juice for seasoning the fish
 
oil spray for grilling the fish (not Fry Light, because of high temperatures).
 
 

 

Freshly Grilled Sea Bass and Steamed low FODMAP Veg
Freshly Grilled Sea Bass and Steamed low FODMAP Veg

 

 

Instructions to prepare this simple fish and veg dish:

To speed things up, boil the water in a kettle. Pour the water into a steaming pot, then lay the vegetables in baskets in layers, starting from one that takes longest to cook : potato, carrot and on highest basket broccoli.

Afterwards season the fish with salt, pepper and lemon juice. Grilling the fish takes only about 5-10 minutes. Therefore you can heat up the grill now, but don’t place the fish inside until the vegetables are halfway cooked.

Serve the dish when the sea bass is cooked through and vegetables are also cooked, but not super soft, try to eat them when they still are a bit al dente.

 

Enjoy!

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Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables

Grilled Sea Bass with Steamed Vegetables - for this simple but flavourful dish you certainly do not need a barbecue in the garden! A grill pan or an electric grill, such as George Foreman, that I use and I think it's great. And it takes much less time to grill the fish than steam the veggies!
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time22 mins
Course: Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine: British
Keyword: dinner, fish dish, Low FODMAP dinner, low fodmap fish dinner, low fodmap fish dish, low fodmap grilled fish
Servings: 1
Author: fitfodmapfoodieuk

Equipment

  • steaming pot
  • electric grill
  • or grilling pan

Ingredients

  • 1 small sea bass
  • 5 baby new potatoes
  • 1 large carrot
  • 70 g broccoli florets
  • salt black pepper, lemon juice for seasoning the fish
  • oil spray for grilling the fish not Fry Light, because of high temperatures.

Instructions

  • To speed things up, boil the water in a kettle. Pour the water into a steaming pot, then lay the vegetables in baskets in layers, starting from one that takes longest to cook : potato, carrot and on highest basket broccoli.
  • Afterwards season the fish with salt, pepper and lemon juice. Grilling the fish takes only about 5-10 minutes. Therefore you can heat up the grill now, but don't place the fish inside until the vegetables are halfway cooked.
  • Serve the dish when the sea bass is cooked through and vegetables are also cooked, but not super soft, try to eat them when they still are a bit al dente.
  • Enjoy!

 

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