Apr 20, 2010

Oven Baked Mentaiko Sea Bass

Yo Yo what's up people!?!
. . . . .
I think I'm turning insane here....

After hours of editing my class' team project report last night,
That means from 11 p.m. till way passed 2 a.m...
I don't think my brain can function normally anymore,
Head spinning, back aching, and eyes popping,
Yes, eyes popping, just when I thought I was the only one who can write proper English..

Here's one of the most extreme examples of bad English writing that I've "encountered" last night (Just wanna share my pain to you muahahahha):

"I found out from "XXXXeyed.com" that 40 feet container....."

*Sorry that I had to censored the letters into "XXXX."
First of all, who the heck use "I" in a formal business report,
On top of that,
The reference link sounds like a porno site....
That "XXXX" actually starts with a "C" and ends with a "K"
You figure.

Imagine looking at that level of English writing and it lasted about 20 pages,
Unavoidable insanity.

One good news though,
All that nonsense will end tonight, after turning the "masterpiece" to my professor.
Yes!....Oh yes! I can't wait for that moment to come.

Cold beer and salty food should prepared when my nightmare ends tonight,
Celebration it is, with oven baked mentaiko sea bass!


1 Sea bass fillet
Some mentaiko
Some dried seaweed flakes
Some toasted sesame seeds


Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

Line a baking dish with foil, it'll save you a lot of cleaning time later on.
Lay the fish fillet inside the dish and cover it with mentaiko,
Remember to cover the edges too, it should look like this-

Into the oven for about 18 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fish,
Afterwards, pump up the temperature to 400 degrees and let it bake for additional 5 to 7 minutes.

When the fish is done, sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds and dried seaweed flakes.
Celebration dish made easy.

Cindy's Rating: 7



  1. Generously coated with mentaiko that I can't even see the sea bass :p

    good luck for your pjt!

  2. To Tigerfish~
    Thank you so much! After that all nighter with the project, now I have serious dark eye circles that won't go away..

  3. Hope you got enough rest after your project :)This dish sounds delicious.If you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!