Barramundi Australian Food

About Barramundi: The Barramundi Australian Food is a fish which definitely one would like to eat and it is known as the primary protein source along with being tagged as a fish which is called a safe, sustainable along with nutritious. It is said that the fish has been search after a long span of searching five continents and over 30 species but finally got it in Barramundi and the fish got named after it. The fish is a native to Australia and Indo-Pacific along with offering a desirable taste and the culinary properties which is packed with heart-healthy Omega-3s along with hardy species which is all about farming without hormones or antibiotics.

Indulging into Barramundi:

Indulgence into Barramundi has spread across all the countries and continents and it has been widely distributed in the Ind-West pacific region from South Asia to Papua New Guinea along with Northern Australia. Barramundi posses a gentle, mild flavour along with texture which makes it appealing and it has toothsome texture. It has the moderate fat content and there are no chances to overcook the food. The Barramundi is pleasant to cook and with every white fish recipe along with getting fit for every type of cuisine it has also been popular with the series “Battle Baramundi” on the Iron Chef America!


. 2 (6-8 Oz Barramundi Fillets)

. 2 teaspoons Olive or Canola Oil

. 2 Tablespoons Butter

. 1 Clove of Garlic, Minced

. 2 Tablespoons Fresh or the Bottled Lemon Juice

. 5 Fresh Basil Leaves which is either Minced or 3/4 Tablespoon Dry

. Add Salt to taste

The best way to indulge into Barramundi is through making it into a simple and delicious and then the taste will take you to the new high:

Step 1: Heating a small saucepan over medium heat which is gently saute over the minced garlic with added butter for about 2 minutes which makes it fragrant and golden.

Step 2: Stir the lemon juice with 3/4th of the fresh or the dry basil.

Step 3: Then add the salt to taste along with removing from heat and set it aside.

Step 4: Also, pat the Barramundi fillets dry and then coat both sides with olive or canola oil.

Step 5: Heating in a medium frying pan esp. in a nonstick if you have it on a medium-high heat. Put a frying pan on a medium-high heat for three minutes until the edge should turn golden brown. Also, flip and cook over the other side for 1-2 more minutes until the fish gets cooked thoroughly.

Step 6: Now, transfer the barramundi to a serving dish. Also, spoon the sauce over the fillets and sprinkle it with remaining basil on the top.

Step 7: Garnish it with Coriander leaves and enjoy the taste.

Nutritional facts:

. Calories: 108

. Fat Calories: 8

. Total fat: 0.9 Gram

. Saturated Fat: 0.4 Gram

. Cholesterol: 45 Mg

. Sodium: N/A

. Protein: 20.1 Gram

. Omega 3: 0.6 Gram