This recipe is so simple that you really can make it in minutes. It's proof that you can eat light and healthy food every day, without sacrificing quality. All you have to is get hold of a few fillets of your favourite fish - we opted for sea bream - and cover them with some olive paste and a few sun-dried tomatoes. There's no need to add any extra fat or other flavourings. Remember: the key to success in the kitchen is to remove, not to add!
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Get your fishmonger to clean and fillet your sea bream. Arrange the fillets on an oven tray lined with baking parchment, with the skin side down. Brush the surface of the fish with the olive paste. Chop up some sun-dried tomatoes and arrange them lightly on top of the olive paste so that they won't fall off. Bake at 200°C for 10 minutes, then serve with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.