I love chilean sea bass, and I also love bourbon. So I thought, why not put them together. So I did, and I made bourbon glazed Chilean sea bass. A delightful dinner for two.
This is a very easy recipe, you just need time to allow the sea bass to marinate overnight. Cooking is done in the oven and is finished off under the broiler, as needed. Bourbon glazed Chilean sea bass tastes delightful. It’s sweet and subtly spicy and looks totally divine.
It would be wise to plan your budget if you want to try this recipe. Chilean sea bass is a bit on the pricey side. I tend to make it for myself and a date, unless I’m planning a celebratory meal or want to impress my guests – I do that sometimes. I would suggest you make this one for just you and yours, you deserve it!
If you’ve never had Chilean sea bass, well what are you waiting for? With very little effort a cooked fillet of Chilean sea bass melts in your mouth leaving a buttery taste. Marinating it overnight in lip-smacking flavors only ups the ante. Yum o yum!
Serve with your favorite veggies, or rice or potatoes, this dish goes with almost anything.
If you’re a lover of wine, try serving Reisling or Sauvignon Blanc, or perhaps a Prosecco or Cava.
The chilies round out the sweetness and zing in this bourbon glazed Chilean sea bass recipe. Please don’t skip the chillies, it’s a necessary ingredient in this dish, with only a very subtle spiciness.