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Asian Sea Bass Dinner

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Marinated sea bass is not a tremendously difficult recipe, but it does require a little extra time. Served with an artichoke-soybean relish and ginger mayonnaise it is worth the extra effort. To cut down on preparation time, simply cook the sea bass and serve with the accompanying sticky rice. And don't be put off by the variety of Asian ingredients, they can be found in most grocery or specialty stores. Short-grain sticky rice is sure to become one of your favorites due to its creamy texture and clean flavor. Paired with the complex sea bass dish, it is great for soaking up any extra sauce. It is important not to remove the pot's lid during cooking to achieve the best texture. Stir-fried lettuce is a well-known side dish in Asian cooking. This recipe calls for chili oil, fresh ginger and soy sauce -- all of which help to transform everyday iceberg lettuce into a full-flavored dish. To complete your meal of complex flavors and spices, pass around a bowl of tangerines or other refreshing citrus fruit.

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Source: Food & Wine
Added: 01/01/2008
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