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P.F. Chang's Oolong Marinated Sea Bass copycat recipe by Todd Wilbur
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P.F. Chang's Oolong Marinated Sea Bass


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Menu Description: "Broiled and served with sweet ginger soy, baby corn and spinach."

Grab a couple half-pound sea bass fillets (not too thick), whip up a simple marinade and you're on your way to cloning one of the most beloved dishes at America's fastest growing Chinese bistro chain. The marinade is made with only six ingredients so you'll have that done in no time. If you can't find oolong tea, you can use green tea. Loose tea is best, but if you can only find bags, that's okay. One teabag contains 1 teaspoon of tea, so you'll just need half of a teabag for this recipe (in fact, the recipe still works even without the tea). You will need to plan ahead for this P.F. Chang's oolong marinated sea bass recipe, however, since the fish must marinate for 5 to 7 hours. Once the fish is marinated, fire up the oven to bake it, then finish it off under the broiler. Saute some spinach, garlic, and tiny corn for an optional bed that makes the dish indistinguishable from the real thing.

Source: Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2 by Todd Wilbur.

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Kathy Hastings
Aug 21, 2011, 22:00

Within 1 of 4 of the best Sea Bass I've ever eaten!

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