Citrus and Olive Oil Roasted Branzino
Fish is one of our favorite things to cook on a busy night or when we are entertaining guests. Why? It's easy and quick! Enter, Citrus and Olive Oil Roasted Bronzino.
Branzino is a mild, bass-type fish that can be found in the waters of the Mediterranean. A favorite in Italian cuisine, it is often roasted whole and simply with citrus and salt.
This recipe also uses high-quality, simple ingredients for big flavor. We like to roast our seafood with Citrus Powder, a vibrant ingredient made from dried orange, bergamot and mandarin peels. It adds bright citrus flavor to dressings, marinades and more. Much more potent than simply grating a fresh orange!
- Branzino (Chilean Bass can also be used.)
- Piranske Soline Sea Salt
- Michele Ferrante Mixed Citrus Powder
- Decimi No. 51 Slow Food Presidio Olive Oil
1. Preheat oven to 325F.
2. Season the fish with salt and a sprinkle of Citrus Powder.
3. Roast for about 20 minutes, or until flesh of the fish flakes easily.
4. Remove from oven and drizzle with Decimi No. 51 Slow Food Presidio Olive Oil.