Monday, October 8, 2012

Juicy Tips For Fish Lovers

(Ever since I can remember I always enjoy eating sea food. Fish was one of my favorite dish. So when it comes to fish I am always ready the only thing that I really didn't like was getting rid of the fish smell I have listed a few tips that I hope you will enjoy reading)

When you are dealing with fish you must remember that you have to also deal with the smell too. These tips will help you to deal with those smelly seafood.
Scaling Fish
If you are gutsy enough to scale your own fish rub white vinegar on the scales let the fish sit for about 10 minutes and then they’ll rub right off. Put the fish in a large plastic bag first hold it by the tail to prevent the scales from flying all over your kitchen.                    
Get Rid Of Fish Odor
Before handling fish rub your hands with lemon juice and you won’t have to deal with the fish smell for the rest of the day. After frying fish put a little white vinegar into the pan to help get rid of the odor on the surface.
Marinate Your Fish
If you are grilling a thick fish steak marinate them for 15 minutes in lemon or lime juice before cooking. The acid from the juice “cooks “the flesh will cook a bit faster, cutting down on the time it takes to cook and your fish is less likely to dry out.
Cornflake Your Fish
If you want your fish with a crunch to the bite and with less calories well, here is what you should do. Use cornflakes instead of breadcrumbs t coat your fish fillets. Not only does the cornflake contain fewer calories than the breadcrumbs but they are less absorbent and it will come out a bit lighter in color and the fish won’t absorb too much oil.
Dry Fish Fries Better
When we are frying fish be sure the surface of the fish is dry before putting it into the oil. Moisture can cool the oil down and make the fish cook unevenly.
For Coking Fish Quick & Easy
Our favorite way to prepare fish is also super quick and tasty. Wrap your fillets individually in foil adding a bit of chopped onion salt and pepper a spring of dill and a drizzle of olive oil. Bake for approximately 30 minutes in a 350F oven then unwrap for a tender flavorful dinner.

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