Baked Thai Seabass

Anyone can make this light and quick fish dish. It’s super easy and really doesn’t take long. My daughter doesn’t like chilli or coriander much, so I just leave them off her piece of fish.

The Thai flavoured sauce keeps the fish moist and just makes itself as the fish is cooking.

It’s baked not fried, so you can put it in the oven whilst you clean up, the kitchen doesn’t smell of fried fish and its healthier. Win win win!

Seabass is low in fat and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which may help prevent heart disease

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