Grilled Branzino Recipe

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Whole fish seems intimidating but it’s SO EASY to cook, and the bones and skin keep moisture in. This fish is super delicious, and it only takes 30 minutes start to finish, so it’s an easy weeknight meal!

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Grilled Branzino (European Sea Bass)
Wow! Super easy, super delicious dish! The fish is tender and moist, and tastes great with the lemon and olive oil. It only takes 30 minutes start to finish, so it's an easy weeknight meal!
  1. 2 branzino, whole
  2. 2 lemons
  3. 4 sprigs of fresh rosemary
  4. 8 leaves of fresh sage
  5. Extra virgin olive oil
  6. Salt & pepper
  1. Have your fish monger clean and scale the Branzino.
  2. Slice one of the lemons.
  3. Stuff the inside cavity each with 2 sprigs of rosemary, 4 leaves of sage, and 1/2 of the lemon slices.
  4. Rub the outside of the branzino with oil.
  5. Heat up the grill to high, then when it's heated, turn down the heat to medium-low. Grill the branzini, 10 minutes on each side.
  6. Take the fish off the grill, and let it rest a few minutes. Then take the skin and bones off, put it on a plate, and season with salt, pepper, more olive oil, and lemon juice.
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