Spotted Bay Bass on Cedar Planks

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Spotted Bay Bass on Cedar Plank

This recipe I accredit to my wife. She took a recently caught Spotted Bay Bass and turned it into an amazing meal. Roasting the fish and vegetables on the cedar plank gives everything a fresh woodsy flavor.

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Ingredients:

– 2  Spotted Bay Bass fillets

– 2 ears of fresh corn, shucked

-½  cup of roughly diced red onion

-½ cup of chopped green onions

-6 whole garlic cloves, peeled

– 12 asparagus spears

-2 tablespoons, minced thyme

-2 food grade cedar planks, soaked in water for 2 hours

-Your seafood seasoning of choice, sea salt, and cracked black pepper

-Olive oil

Preparation

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. Combined the red onion, green onions, garlic cloves, asparagus, and minced thyme in a bowl.
  3. Lightly drizzle the contents with olive oil and season accordingly with the salt and pepper
  4. Place the soaked cedar planks on a flat sheet pan
  5. Coat the top of the planks with olive oil so the fish doesn’t stick
  6. Place the fish fillets on the center of each plank
  7. Season the fillets with the seafood seasoning
  8. Arrange the vegetables around the fillet with the red and green onions on top of the fillet
  9. Rub the corn with oil and season with the seafood seasoning and place on pan
  10. Put the pan in the oven and cook until the fish is flakey to the touch, about 15- 20 mins
  11. Serve on the plank

A.J. Fick

I was born and raised in northeast Pennsylvania, and currently live in the hill country of Texas. I consider myself a western hunter at heart, enjoying glassing vast landscapes and the thrill of the stalk. My motivations as an outdoorsman are rooted in the sustenance and physical aspects. In fact, my largest driving factor for physical fitness is preparing for upcoming hunts and ensuring I’m well prepared to climb mountains and cover ground with a heavy pack.

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