This is the first recipe I have ever posted on my blog so please excuse the photos etc. I hadn't cooked this with the intention of sharing the recipe but once we tasted it and it was yummy, I thought i'd share it. Excuse the fact that I don't have exact measurements. When I cook i'm more of a throw it in person rather than using specific amounts. I tend to put something in and then taste to see if it's suitable.
10 - 15 new potatoes depending on the size
2 Sea Bass
Cooking chorizo slice (at least one)
Cherry tomatoes (the best you can afford and use as many as you want)
400g Broad Beans
White Wine condiment or White Wine
1) Place the potatoes in a pan (I cut mine in half as they were quite large for new potatoes), bring to the boil and then simmer for around 10-15 minutes
2) Heat your oven to 200 degrees and then add the potatoes to a large roasting tin. Drizzle olive oil all over the potatoes (I used about 2 glugs), season with salt and pepper and then roast for 15 minutes.
3) Prepare the sea bass whist the potatoes are cooking by making slashes in the skin and then covering with salt, pepper, lemon juice and fennel seeds. Again just add as much as you think is enough. Once the potatoes have finished add the fish to the tray, along with the chorizo. We love chorizo in our house so I used quite a bit. At this point I poured a bit more olive oil in along with a few lugs of white wine condiment. I would have used white wine but I didn't have any. I also seasoned again with salt and pepper. Give everything a stir (other than the fish) and return to the oven for another 15 minutes.
If you didn't have cooking chorizo you could use already cooked chorizo and just add it at the same time as the tomatoes so that it won't burn or dry out.
4) After about 10 minutes throw in your cherry tomatoes. Use as many as you like.
5) Blanche your peas and broad beans
6) Once the 15 minutes is up add in your broad beans and peas, season again with salt and pepper, give it a stir and return to the oven just for a couple of minutes.
And that's it. Enjoy! You could always add other ingredients to your tray bake such as bacon or whatever veg you like.