There are three main types of fried fish recipes - shallow frying, deep frying and stir frying. If you're on a boat, even in a quiet anchorage, my advice would be to forget all about deep frying - it's just too dangerous.
A vinaigrette, gently warmed through, makes a delicious dressing for this dish. If you're not sure how to make this, take a look at fish sauce recipes and dressings.
If sea bream are hard to come by, bass, mackerel or red mullet are good substitutes, but be mindful of any size limits that may be in force. Incidentally, don't confuse red mullet with the culinary inferior grey mullet - they're an entirely different species.
Red mullet are known as goatfish in the USA, and sea bream are called porgy or scup.
This dish serves 4 people.
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