Corvina fish recipe is so easy and so versatile. You would love to make and bake it in your own kitchen! This white firm fish is similar to sea bass. When raw, corvina has a light pink color. When the fish is cooked, it becomes white large flakes assuming any flavor you cook with. That is why I so much enjoy cooking with corvina fish filets!
Corvina is a widely found fish and lives in warm temperatures. However, it feeds on shrimp, smaller fish and aquatic insects. Sourcing your corvina from natural waters is one of the things to remember.
Another delicious fish fillet to cook with is tilapia. Check out this unique Tilapia with Manuka Honey recipe. Simply scrumptious.
Do know that you can effortlessly bake, grill and make a delicious ceviche with this fish.
Corvina Fish Recipe In A Coconut Crust
Cooking any fish in a crust is one of my favorite ways to offer it to my family and friends. For an outer fish crust, I like to use coconut flakes, sweet potatoes, and walnuts. Every crust is a unique combination of flavors and offers something to the tastebuds to experience a fish with more flavors and variations, versus cooking fish in butter as is.
This corvina fish recipe is based around coconut flakes and comes out so delicious! I use fish leftovers for the next day sandwiches and add corvina pieces to the daily green salads we make. Every single crumb gets devoured, and it is done so with a great appetite!
There are about 720 varieties of Corvina fish around the world. This fish is known for the richness of its texture and the benefits that come with Omega-3. Eyes, heart, and brain will especially benefit from daily consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids.
With fish, we take advantage of consuming of protein and vitamin D.
Having at least one fish dish per week is something we all should strive for. You can bake and grill corvina, adding your herbs and spices, sauces and pestos to satisfy those cravings for a tasteful and so aromatic meal. Enjoy this easy-to-make recipe for a palatable dinner.
HOW TO Cook Corvina Fish Filet In The Oven
Here’s your step-by-step this fish dinner baking experience. However, don’t be afraid to experiment with oils, herbed bread crumbs and spices! What your taste buds tell you is probably what you would enjoy the most.
Arrange the Panco-Coconut Covered Corvina In A Baking Dish
Using ceramic or heavy cast iron pans will deliver a more profound flavor to the fish, thus your enjoyment of the entire meal.
Add A Pinch Or Two Of Shredded Coconut On Top
Coconut is one of my favorite condiments to cook with! I like a taste of coconut flakes in a dessert, as well as in main dish recipes.
Adding coconut flakes to the crust of the corvina filet is a huge plus. The coco flavor adds a tiny bit of sweetness and an interesting flavor accent to any recipe.
Bake Corvina Fish Slices In the Oven
This recipe can be baked in the oven or you could opt for slow cooker or even pressure cooker. Meanwhile you have to keep in mind that each cooking method will produce a slightly different look of this recipe and add its taste. All is good! Just remember that it’s OK to get this recipe looking slightly different.
For baking inside the oven, I love using butter or ghee and coconut flakes. Salt and pepper to your taste.
When I cook in slow cooker, I add some veggie bouillon, spices and let it cook. When the fish is ready, I sprinkle with the coconut flakes that I like to toast in a separate pan.
For a meal rich in protein and fiber, make this Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken bursting with flavor from a beautiful and aromatic herbs and spices.
I love to cook with my pressure cooker! I am always excited when I share and discuss my recipes with my friends and family. The reason that fuels such excitement is how quickly the recipes can be prepared inside the pressure cooker!
If you love fast cooking, you’ll be impressed with this Turkey Chili in a Pressure Cooker!
Mind a very important fact – the taste is not compromised as all the juices and the integrity of the ingredients stay inside!
Enjoy Your Choice of Veggies or Ancient Grains with A Fish Filet
Fish filet recipes call for aroma and refreshing taste of vegetables. I love fresh salads drizzled with home-made sauces and marinades. Sometimes opting for a colorful succotash that includes sweet yellow corn, lima beans and small chunks of red bell pepper is a great flavor enhancer as well.
Corvina Fish Recipe in Coconut Crust
If you like fish filet recipes, you'll be deligted with firm, flaky pieces of this corvina fish in coconut crust. Easy fish recipe to celebrate your taste buds.
- Large Corvina fish filet sliced
- 1 cup Panco breadcrumbs
- 1 cup sweetened coconut shredded
- 1/2 cup lemon juice use freshly squeezed for more flavor
- 1.5 sticks butter melted: Put asied 1/2 cup of melted butter for the baking dish coating
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Herbs like oregano, thyme, parsley to taste
Heat oven to 360F (180C) to get it ready for the baking.
Run cold water through the fish fillet.
Spray fish fillet with lemon juice. It will help to get rid of any fishy smell and add a pleasant citrus aroma to your cooked dish.
Mix breadcrumbs and shredded coconut in a bowl. Add all salt, pepper and spices you choose.
Dip each corvina piece into the cup with melted butter.
Coat each buttered corvina piece in dry mix of breadcrumbs and herbs.
Use 1/2 cup of melted butter to coat a baking dish. I use ceramic dish. Metal is OK, too.
Arrange all prepped corvina pieces in the baking dish. Add a few pinches of coconut to the top of the dish.
Bake in oven for 30-40 minutes. Depending on the oven, you may remove baked filets when they are fully cooked. Make sure the middle of the fish is well-cooked.
Serve with vegetables, fresh salads or enjoy as a stand-alone meal.