This dish can do wonders for both your heart and waistline! It contains heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids from the fish. And it has about one-tenth the sodium that’s in many restaurant entrees. That’s very good news for your blood pressure! Also, this recipe adds up to only about 200 calories.
In a large, nonstick medium-hot saucepan, sauté garlic and onion until glossy. Add tomato, ginger, and curry powder. Cook for 5 minutes.
Add mushrooms. Cover and simmer over low flame, stirring occasionally, till mushrooms have softened slightly.
Add stock and cook at medium temperature for 10 minutes. Add red bell pepper, thyme, fish seasoning, pepper flakes, and dill. Simmer for another 2 minutes.
While stew is simmering, season Sea Bass on both sides with Pritikin Fish Seasoning. In a large, hot nonstick skillet, sear fish on both sides for 3 minutes. Lower heat, cover, and cook an additional 3 minutes.
On each of 4 dinner plates, place one-fourth of the mushroom stew. Top each serving of stew with a serving of Sea Bass.
* To make your own Pritikin Fish Seasoning, mix together onion powder, garlic powder, dry dill weed, granulated lemon, and paprika. Or order our chefs’ Pritikin Fish Seasoning in the online store.