Sea Bass in a creamy leek white sauce

Since my trip to the Bahamas last year, I've been craving delicious seafood and all the island's flavors of late. So I decided to make this Sea Bass in a creamy leek white sauce without all the fuss. You can make this in no time. You just need a few ingredients.


2 Sea Bass fish ( skinless and cut vertically in half)

2 Leeks chopped (half-moon slices)

4 garlic cloves crushed or chopped

1/2 cup  of 15% cooking cream

2 butter nobs

1tsp dried parsley

1 lemon zest

1/2 cup of vegtable broth or white wine ( if you're feeling fancy)

salt & pepper to taste

Uncle Bens Chicken Wild Rice  ( white rice is fine too)


Peel and chop leeks and soak them in  water for 1 minute to rinse all the dirt off, then drain.


Heat big frying pan with 2 nobs of butter, add crushed garlic, tossed for 1 minute. Then add Leeks and sauté for four minutes until soft and lightly brown. Add cream and broth, Sea Bass, parsley, then salt and pepper to taste. Let simmer on middle heat for 10 minutes.

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Garnish with lemon Zest and serve over white rice or Uncle Ben's Chicken Wild Rice.

Serves: 2 or 3

Cooking Time: 30 minutes