Sea bream … healthy fish!


Let’s have some healthy fish!

We should eat fish more often: it is very nice, tasty and healthy!

Sea bream in the oven.

Just buy one or two small sea bream fishes.

Ask the fishmonger to clean it for you. Otherwise at home with a good knife just make a long cut in the chest and remove all the interior stuff. Brush the skin to remove the scales.

Rinse the fish anyway under water.

Put the sea bream in a baking tin with a couple of pieces of cleaned garlic and extra virgin olive oil topping.


Put in a hot oven at 180°C for no less than 20 minutes.

You will see from the eyes colour that the fish is cooked. Just wait a bit more to be sure.


The meat has to be easy to remove from the main bone, if it is still translucent and sticky it means that it is not cooked, so back in the oven!

The fish has to be properly cooked. Not overcooked but cooked.

Clean the fillets helping yourself with a fork and a spoon.


And enjoy!!!


Thanks for reading and see you next …

Take care! And eat healthily!




Pumpkin olives and tomato sauce pasta. Delicious …

Pumpkin …


I do love it. Cheap, healthy, tasty, rich in Vitamine A, a sweet vegetable, easy to cook and in so many recipes!       (here see also my pumpkin risotto!)

Let’s start with a sauce pan, garlic, extra virgin olive oil and a white onion …


Once the onions are a bit cooked add the pumpkin and stirr … It has to soften (like carrots when you cook them).


Once the pumpkin is almost completely cooked, add the tomato sauce. And stirr. Then add some olives cut in small pieces.

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On the other side cook some penne-shaped pasta.


In a baking tin just pour the sauce on the pasta and put the whole thing in the oven for a little while.

The more you keep it in the oven, the more crunchy the pasta will become.

To be honest with you I was a bit tired of waiting, so I haven’t kept it that long.


The result is anyway an incredible tasty plate just to be dressed with some extra virgin olive oil …



A fresh white wine could be a perfect match!

It’s a dish you could even enjoy cold, maybe even with some persil leaves to garnish …

Thanks again to be here!