I wanted a nice, easy, fresh tasty dinner this evening to make after a good gym session. I settled on Seabass with a salsa inspired by good old Rick Stein. I haven’t had my favourite prawns for a few days so was a nice way to have them as part of the meal too! Prawns are packed with protein so were a good addition to my post-workout meal.
Seabass is also a great source of protein, its vitamins A, D and E and omega-3 oils strengthen immunity and it is a well balanced source of good fats.
The mango and avocado are a good source of vitamin b, courgettes give us vitamin c and chilli is great for detox and lowering cholesterol.
Seabass fillets x2
1 red chilli
Handful of Coriander
Juice of 1 Lime
100g Cooked Prawns
2 Spring Onions
Finely chop all the veggies, chilli, mango and coriander and mix together. Add the prawns thickly sliced and the lime juice. The salsa should be chunky, fresh and colourful!
Lightly fry the seabass skin side down in some olive oil – 3 minutes on each side should do the trick.
Serve alongside the salsa, I also had some plain brown rice (needed the carbs after my workout!) and some tenderstem brocolli and green beans.