Abou Sinn is one of the tastiest fish I have ever eaten. Be it grilled or raw, it’s healthy and delicious.
Usually, when we buy Abou Sinn, we buy big slices of approximately 150 grams each. If you want to eat it raw, you can just cut the chunk into small bits and have it with soy sauce and chili pepper (for spicy lovers).
If you want to have it grilled for a quickly cooked, tasty meal leaves you satiated till the next one, just season the slice (see picture below) with white pepper, salt and chili flakes (if you wish) and grill it until the interior is cooked, or, if it’s fresh and you just picked it up from the fishmonger, you can grill it on both sides and leave it raw in the middle.
For a more complete meal, you can have them with a side of baked vegetables. We chose fresh asparagus, fresh mushrooms and shallots, drizzled olive oil and sprinkled some coarse salt on top, then put them in the oven for approximately 30 minutes (or until they look brownish or caramelized).
1) Season then grill the fish
2) Place the vegetables in a pan, drizzle olive oil and sprinkle coarse salt on top, then bake in the oven for 30 minutes