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Have you bought or caught a sea bream and don’t know how to cook it?
Then, you’re in for a treat as I teach you several bream recipes that you can try at home. If you like sea bass, then you’ll definitely love bream it has the same texture, some say even better.
My knowledge about fish is only limited so when someone brought me a sea bream, I was bewildered on how to prepare it. That situation inspired me to search for some recipes involving bream. To help those with the same dilemma, I’m going to share below on what I discovered so far.
What Is A Bream?
There are many species in the sea and one of them is the bream, which is a generic term referring to freshwater and marine fish species.
The two most common species of bream are the white bream and carp bream. The latter is slightly bigger of the two, but both fishes have a notable flat body, small head, and a short fin.
Just like the sea bass, bream has a buttery texture. The flavor is somewhat mild and subtle which is perfect for baking, baking, and grilling. In stores, they’re often sold as fillets or whole.
Pan-Fried Bream Recipes
Delicious doesn’t begin to describe how great bream is when pan fried to crispness. You can fry this fish in fillet or whole. Check out these two pan-fried recipes.
Recipe 1- Crispy Pan-Fried Bream Fillet
- 2 whole sea bream
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1/4 cup soup powder (preferably beef flavor)
- 2 beaten eggs
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Vegetable oil for frying
To begin, fillet the fish by cutting through the flesh as close to the bone using a sharp knife. Watch how to fillet bream in this video.
In a plate, mix the flour with soup powder and salt. In another plate, pour the beaten eggs. Now, get ready to coat the fish with the flour mixture and beaten eggs.
After all the fish are coated well, heat oil in a skillet under medium-high heat. Next, fry the fish until crispy at both sides. Avoid turning the fish more than two times because they’ll fall apart.
When your fish are golden brown and crispy, transfer them in a plate covered with greaseproof paper to absorb any excess oil. Serve and enjoy.
Recipe 2- Pan-Fried Whole Bream
- 3 whole sea bream
- 1 cup yellow cornmeal
- 1 tablespoon black pepper
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- Cooking oil for frying
First, clean the fish by taking out the organs and scraping the scales. You may remove the head if you like. Then rinse your fish in cold running water. Set aside.
Watch how to clean a bream in this video.
In a shallow bowl, combine cornmeal with black pepper, paprika, and salt. Now it’s time to fry. In a pan or skillet, heat the cooking oil. Before you add the fish into the pan, coat it first with the seasoned cornmeal and fry for about two minutes or so.
When the fish is golden brown, transfer it to a plate with paper towels to absorb the oil. Serve with lemon wedges if desired and enjoy.
Grilled Bream Recipe
The best way to enjoy the buttery texture of bream is to grill them. You can grill it in a grilling basket or without. Here are the ingredients.
- Bullet Poin
- Olive oil
- Nonstick spray
After you have cleaned your bream, pat it dry with paper towels. To allow the flesh to absorb all the seasonings, make some slashes on each side of the body.
Next, drizzle it with some olive oil to keep it from sticking into the grill, then cover it with the seasonings of your choice.
Heat the grill on medium-high heat. If you’re using a grilling basket, apply its interior with some nonstick spray. If you like to go without the grilling basket, place the seasoned fish in the barbecue grill.
Watch how to grill the fish on the barbecue in this.
Cook the fish until the flesh is beginning to turn opaque and the skin faintly charred. Small bream which weighs less than one pound may need 3-4 minutes cooking time per side. Larger bream may need 7-8 minutes each side.
Try Some Bream Today!
Bream is a favorite fish by many because it can be cooked in several ways, like frying, baking, and grilling.
My favorite bream recipes are frying and grilling because it where the buttery texture stand out. Before you cook, make sure that you remove the organs and scrape the scales.
There’s really nothing like a nice plate of seafood pasta to get you through the day. Not only is it a great source of carbs and protein, seafood pastas also tend to be really healthy. If you haven’t tried a decent plate of seafood pasta yourself, I suggest you whip up a simple pasta al salmone to get yourself an unforgettable gastronomic experience.
For this article, I will be sharing with you three pasta al salmon recipes you can easily try at home. I will also give you a couple of tips about choosing the best salmon for your pasta.
If you’re a fan of easy-to-cook frozen foods and pizza, then you must try getting your hands on some Bagel Bites. Bagel Bites are these small bagel-sized pizza-like snacks that you can easily cook at home if you don’t feel like going out for pizza.
There are a variety of Bagel Bites flavors you can choose from, including breakfast and pizza flavors for all-day snacking.
For this article, I will share with you the perfect Bagel Bites cook time for every Bagel Bites flavor there is. Are you ready? Let’s get started!
If you’re a pasta lover just like me, then you must try making pasta with this Italian meat sauce recipe I’m about to share with you. What’s great about this Italian meat sauce recipe is that is adds a hearty flavour to any kind of pasta.
Another great thing about this recipe is that kids love it! You can serve this up to your family for a nice dinner or even at a kid’s party.
Once you’re done with this article you will end up with an authentic tasting Italian sauce based pasta that will surely impress whoever you serve it to.
Seafoods are awesome sources of protein and nutrients, and does not contain as much fat as land grown meat. While they are both healthy and delicious, eating them can be a real pain especially if you don’t know how to prepare them properly.
One of my favorite seafoods are Octopus. Very similar to squid in texture but with more flavors and healthier benefits.
Unfortunately, they also tend to be chewier if not prepared correctly, which can definitely prevent you from appreciating your food. Find out how to tenderize octopus for your favorite recipes with our five awesome tips below.