By Mayo Clinic Staff

Dietitian's tip:

Serve these broiled sea bass fillets over a bed of sauteed spinach, which adds vitamin A, folate, riboflavin, calcium and iron to your meal. If you prefer, you can substitute red snapper, halibut or cod for the sea bass.

Number of servings

Serves 2
  1. Low Sodium
  2. Low Fat


  1. 2 white sea bass fillets, each 4 ounces
  2. 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  3. 1 teaspoon garlic, minced
  4. 1/4 teaspoon salt-free herb seasoning blend
  5. Ground black pepper, to taste


Heat the broiler (grill). Position the rack 4 inches from the heat source. Lightly spray a baking pan with cooking spray. Place the fillets in the pan.

Sprinkle the lemon juice, garlic, herbed seasoning and pepper over the fillets. Broil (grill) until the fish is opaque throughout when tested with the tip of a knife, about 8 to 10 minutes. Serve immediately.

Nutritional analysis per serving

Serving size: 1 fillet

  • Calories 102
  • Total fat 2 g
  • Saturated fat 1 g
  • Trans fat 0 g
  • Monounsaturated fat <1 g
  • Cholesterol 46 mg
  • Sodium 77 mg
  • Total carbohydrate <1 g
  • Dietary fiber 10 mg
  • Added sugars 0 g
  • Protein 21 g
Aug. 20, 2015