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Food recipe: the Mediterranean seabass

In this video we will cook Mediterranean Seabass for four people. It’s healthy and very easy to prepare. The ingredients are 2 seabasses, 200 grams of cherry tomatoes, a hundred grams of black olives, capers, about 2 tablespoons, and 40 grams of extra virgin olive oil. We start by cleaning the seabass and chopping the tomatoes. After having chopped everything, put the olives and the tomatoes inside of a bowl. Now we add some extra virgin olive oil, some capers and a pinch of salt. After mixing the tomatoes, the olives and the capers, we just stuff the fish with them, then we add a little bit of oil on top. The total amount should be about 40 grams for four people.
Put the fish in the oven for 20 minutes at about 180 degrees. . As you see, it’s very easy to prepare and voilà. Buon appetito!

In this video you can see how to cook the Mediterranean seabass.

Follow the recipe and listen to the recommendations of our chef, and enjoy your meal!

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