Although orange and honey in the context of Advent sound like ingredients of a warm drink or cake, Darko Kontin combined them with Cromaris sea bream fillet in skin package in a very tasty sweet-salty dish that will boost immunity, which is especially important in these times…
Squeeze the juice from one orange, and cut the other orange into slices.
Put the orange juice, soy sauce and honey into a small pot or a pan, and stir them together. Heat the mixture until it boils, then continue to simmer the sauce on a low flame until it thickens or reduces in volume by half.
Place the orange slices on the bottom of the baking dish into two rows. Take the fillets out of the packaging, and place one sea bream fillet facing skin down on each row of oranges. Coat the sea bream fillet with the orange and honey sauce.
Bake the sea bream in a preheated oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes. If you wish, you can turn the sea bream once in the middle of baking, or baste it with the sauce again.
Make a dressing of olive oil, vinegar and salt, and dress the salad with it.
Put a portion of the salad on a plate, and place the sea bream fillet over it.