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Smoked Chilean Sea Bass by Doug Scheiding

Difficulty 2/5
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Prep time 5 mins

Cook time 40 mins
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Serves 4-6

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Sea to grill has never tasted better thanks to Traeger Pro Doug Sheiding’s Smoked Chilean Sea Bass recipe. A lemon, garlic and herb marinade infuses the fish with a fresh and unbeatable taste that sets the tone for a smoky, buttery finish.

Ingredients

MARINADE

1/4 cup CANOLA OR GRAPESEED OIL

JUICE OF 1 LEMON

8 GARLIC CLOVES, CRUSHED

1 Tbsp FRESH OREGANO

1 Tbsp FRESH THYME

1 TSP TRAEGER Blackened SASKATCHEWAN RUB

CHILEAN SEA BASS

8 tbsp (1 stick) kerry gold butter

4 EA (6 OZ) FILLETS OF FRESH CHILEAN OR STRIPED SEA BASS, SKIN OFF

Preparation

For the Marinade: Combine all marinade ingredients in a large Ziploc bag and mix thoroughly.

Add the sea bass to the marinade and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes turning at least once.

When ready to cook, set temperature to 325℉ and preheat, lid closed for 15 minutes.

Place the butter in a baking dish large enough for the fillets to lay flat and place on the grill for a few minutes to melt completely.

Remove the fish from the marinade and place on a clean, flat surface. Pour the marinade into the pan with the butter.

Season the fillets liberally with Traeger Chicken Rub then a lighter coat of Traeger Leinenkugel’s Rub. Place the fillets in the pan with the butter mixture and place back on the grill.

Cook the fillets for about 30 minutes gently basting once or twice with the hot butter mixture (try to keep the rub on the top of the fish).

Remove the fish from the grill when the internal temperature reaches 160℉.

Garnish with additional fresh thyme and lemon slices. Enjoy!

*Cook times will vary depending on set and ambient temperatures.

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Santa Barbara
  • California
Best Sea-Bass I Have Ever Had
I was back stage at a Zac Brown concert in the middle or Arkansas so needless to say I wasn't expecting to A) eat fish and B) eat the best sea-bass I have ever had in my life. I live on the west coast so I am no stranger to seafood prepared in many different ways. I was lucky enough to have this fish prepared for me (and Zac) by none other than Doug himself who turned me into a Treager'ite whit this very recipe..... I thought for sure I wouldn't be able to re'create this when I finally got my Pro34 but I was wrong, its just shy of being as good as I remember that night. Strongly recommend giving this a shot with sea-bass or another white fish (like Halibut?)
 
 
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Kent
  • Washington
Awesome Sea Bass Recipe
I have tried several different recipes to get a good taste out of the sea bass that I have caught. I have gotten some good recipes but I have not gotten a great one. I usually end up deep frying it for fish and chips as I know that is consistently good. I tried this recipe and it was not just good, it was awesome! It blew the other recipes I have tried out of the water! I definitely recommend Doug's sea bass recipe. You will not be disappointed!
 
 
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Kent
  • Washington
Awesome Recipe
I had been looking for a new way to cook the sea bass I caught and was not finding great recipes. I had tried different things on my own and searched online for some recipes as well. I usually just deep fried it and had fish and chips since I could not find a recipe that was really great. This recipe from Doug is really great! I tried it and compared to the other methods I had used this recipe blew them out of the water! Definitely recommend this recipe from Doug.
 
 
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