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Roasted Wild Striped Bass

Recipe photo courtesy of Shimon + Tammar

Roasting fennel both softens the texture and sweetens the flavor, making it a delicious partner for seafood.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2003
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This recipe calls for the stalks and fronds of two bulbs of fennel. If desired, reserve the bulbs to make our Orange-Braised Fennel; substitute one-half cup of the cooking juices remaining in the roasting pan for the white wine called for in the recipe.

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  • hinsdale
    20 AUG, 2012
    Often bass recipes are bland, this recipe offers a rich, subtle flavor. So easy to make. Used Chilean sea bass, baked for 25 minutes and the fish was so moist. The fennel has a distinct enough flavor to delicately influence a mild fish. Will definitely make again. Martha, thank you for another terrific recipe.
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