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Wild Chilean Sea Bass (Toothfish) is a highly sought-after fish with broad flakes, a buttery mouthfeel, and a clean, slightly sweet finish with hints of umami. The mild taste of Sea Bass lends to its popularity and versatility — it's a well-balanced fish that almost anyone will enjoy! Great for grilling, broiling, pan-frying, and just about any other cooking method, the high-fat content of this fish makes it hard to overcook and well-suited for a variety of cuisines. Portions come skin-on.

  • MSC Certified
  • Australia's MSC "Best Sustainable Product of The Year" 2020 & 2021
  • 100% Traceable
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Premium Darne and Center Portions Only

Source: Wild

Rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars
Cooking Instructions
Cooking methods
Grill, Bake, Poach, Pan-Fry, Fry
Wine pairings
Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon
To cook Chilean Sea Bass, you'll want to preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, you'll want to season your fish with salt, pepper, and olive oil. Next, you'll want to place your fish in a baking dish and bake for about 20 minutes or until the fish is cooked through. Finally, before serving, you can garnish your Chilean Sea Bass with fresh parsley or lemon wedges. One simple way to elevate your Chilean Sea Bass is to serve it with a sauce. For example, you could make a simple lemon butter sauce or a tartar sauce. Another easy way to elevate your Chilean Sea Bass is to serve it with fresh vegetables or rice.
Flavor Profile
This Chilean Sea Bass is a wonderfully mild, flaky fish that's perfect for a variety of dishes. The flavor is delicate with a slightly sweet aftertaste, and the texture is smooth and buttery. It's a great choice for those who want a fish that's both healthy and delicious.
Chef's Serving Suggestions
Some of the best side dishes to serve with Chilean Sea Bass include roasted vegetables, mashed potatoes, and rice pilaf. Herbs that pair well with this fish include dill, parsley, and chives. Sauces that complement its flavor profile include beurre blanc, hollandaise, and tartar sauce.
Glacier 51 Toothfish
Glacier 51 Toothfish

More than a mile below sea level in the deep volcanic crevices of the ocean, you’ll find Glacier 51 Chilean Sea Bass (Toothfish) traversing the icy waters of Australia’s sub-Antarctic. Getting to this fish is nothing short of perilous — fishermen must battle unforgiving winds, snow and ocean swells, traveling more than 2,500 miles to work the fishery on Heard Island (one of the most remote areas in the world). At the southern tip of the island, you'll find the fiftyone glacier, the namesake of the delicious fish that swims underneath it.

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