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White Wine Risotto with Sea Bream

Sea bream is pretty similar to sea bass, so if you like the one you shouldn’t miss the other. Let’s bake it in olive oil and lemon juice, but not before stuffing it with green chili and ginger. We’ll serve it along with some creamy risotto cooked in wine. White wine, that is!
White Wine Risotto with Sea Bream
Sea bream is pretty similar to sea bass, so if you like the one you shouldn’t miss the other. Let’s bake it in olive oil and lemon juice, but not before stuffing it with green chili and ginger. We’ll serve it along with some creamy risotto cooked in wine. White wine, that is!

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Ingredients

1 sea bream, cleaned
1 ounce ginger, sliced
1 green chili
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons of olive oil
salt flakes
pepper
2 tablespoons of butter
1 onion, diced
7 ounces of rice
1 ½ cups of white wine
1 teaspoon lemon zest
1 tablespoon fresh dill, chopped
2 tablespoons of parmesan, grated

Ingredients

Steps

1
Done

Place the sea bream on the work surface and score it.

2
Done

Fill it with the ginger and chili. Transfer to a baking dish and drizzle with lemon juice and 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Season with salt flakes and pepper.

3
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Bake for 35 minutes at 360⁰F/180⁰C.

4
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Melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a pot over low heat. Add the onion and the remaining olive oil. Cook and stir until tender.

5
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Add the rice and stir it in. Gradually add the white wine in the process.

6
Done

Cook for 30 minutes while occasionally stirring.

7
Done

Add the lemon zest and dill. Stir them in. Add the parmesan and the remaining butter and stir until even.

8
Done

As a serving suggestion, scoop out the pulp from a few lemons and fill them with cooked rice. Serve these with fish.

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Nutritional Chart

539 kcal
Calories
20 g
Protein
26 g
Fat
54 g
Carbohydrates

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Andrei Gusty

Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it.

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