Crispy Bass

Basically I fillet the Bass, and clean it off nice. Then I do a light lemon juice and garlic rub marinade for at least a half hour in the fridge.

While the fish sits I get ready a batch of spiced potatoes; once again, very simple:
Cut about 5 large potatoes into small chunks and put them in a tinfoil wrap. But before closing the wrap add some water to the mixture, just enough to moisten the potatoes and then add your favorite spices sprinkled on top. Close up the tinfoil and place on the BBQ for about 30mins on medium heat. They are very tasty with this fish.

When the potatoes are almost done you can now take the wrap and place it on the top rack or if you have a side burner then leave it where it is. Place a frying pan on the burner and heat it up on medium heat. Add your favorite potato chips, crushed up very well. The chips will make their own oil and allow you to brown your fish very well. I and people who have had my fish enjoyed the Dill Pickled chips and BBQ.

Place the fillets in the pan when the chip oil is present. Let it simmer on both sides for about 2mins each side. This will give your fish a distinct dill pickle or BBQ flavor. Then take them out of the pan and place them on the BBQ for about 2mins per side. This should make sure they are thoroughly cooked. Then simply place them on a plate, take your spiced potatoes and pour on top of the fish. Also you can add celery or anything you like to the potatoes. So, there you have it – a simple shore, cottage or anytime meal that tastes great and is easy to throw together.