Sea bream in basil casserole

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Ingredients

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12 Potatoes new
Sea bream for two
1 jar Tomatoe sauce
12 Basil leaves

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Sea bream in basil casserole

Features:
  • Gluten Free
  • 45 Minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

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When I am in the mood for Mediterranean flavours, my go-to ingredients usually involve fresh fish, basil and rustic bread. I prefer using new potatoes for this recipe, because a) they’re delicious b) there’s no need to peel them and c) all you need to do is cut them in half. This weeknight casserole couldn’t be easier and comes very handy on days that feel nothing like Summer Mediterranean holidays. If you really want to go all the way, I suggest serving this with an Aperol Spritz aperitif.

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Steps

1
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I begin by cutting the new potatoes in half (no need to peel) and cook them in a pot of cold salty water, leaving them slightly uncooked so they retain their elegance and taste in the casserole. Once done, drain and rinse with cold water.

2
Done

Place the potatoes in the bottom of the casserole pan, lay the fish and basil leaves on top and cover with a jar of good quality tomato sauce. Fill the jar with water and rise onto the casserole to add moisture.

3
Done

Let it simmer on low heat for about 25 minutes. Serve straight out of the pan with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and some rustic bread for dipping.

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