Pan-Seared Sea Bass with Citrus-Heirloom Tomato Vinaigrette
From brainfood blog: Seabass is very versatile to cook and does well with simply salt/pepper over the grill or under the broiler. It is on the drier side so marinades are nice or even just a coating of olive oil before grilling. I almost always cook it plainly then make some sort of sauce to put on it after, our kids love it that way. We love it with our spin on a traditional tartar sauce that is so simple; we just mix nonfat plain greek yogurt with relish (or capers) and mustard."
A pleasant Gazpacho (a traditional chilled soup that originated in Spain) becomes a sauce for opah fillets. You can enjoy this dish all year, but we think you’ll love making it in the summertime - in less than 20 minutes! - when tomatoes are in season.