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I’ll forgive any initial aversion you might have to this dish. Branzino kind of sounds like a Jersey Shore character, tacky enough to kill anyone’s appetite. So let’s educate you: Branzino is actually a highly regarded European fi sh often marketed as Mediterranean sea bass, and it’s been growing in popularity as a seafood protein in restaurants.
It’s mild, sweet, versatile, easy to prepare, and—most important for you—healthy: high in protein, packed with nutrients, and low in calories. It’s best when it’s hot right out of the pan, but stores well in Tupperware for a cold leftover.