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When you cook fish, what is your favourite way of cooking it?

Do you ever cook it whole?

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I love fried fish with batter but am not good at making it -i do not like using a lot of oil and that is possibly why as the batter does not stay on well.

I also like fish pie, but not quite as much.

I have cooked fish whole, but it is such a problem to eat it and not get bones this way, that I very rarely do it.
I have eaten it out whole and taste was delicious though a bit bland, so my all time favourite would be fried with batter. - of course the unhealthiest!
by Finy
In the shop.
by Rice
haha Rice! Guess what I had for dinner last night! Had all day but just could not be bothered cooking last night...very yummy tooo
by Finy
Hahahahaha! Good for you, Finy :-)))
by Rice
We only eat Salmon from Tasmania.

We stopped with Japan's meltdown years ago.

I poach the salmon in a liter of Lemon juice then fry the skin for 4 mins.

My son said it was amazing :)

We never deep fry anything at all.
Oh! jonaj, how many lemons to make a Litre of juice? Sounds lovely way to cook Tassie Salmon, which I love.
What do you use for Tassie Trout? Cheers!
by donjo
I buy the juice in a big bottle...not expensive.
I only cook Salmon :)
by jonaja
I lightly pan-fry with butter,lemon or lime juice (freshly squeezed,of course!!!), fresh chopped herbs from my garden,being parley,chives,lemon basil, and some cracked black pepper!I simply cook till golden on both sides and then enjoy!!!
I always use fillets as my friend who goes out to the reef,fishing,always does all this hard work for me,before sharing with me!!
I don't cook fish. I buy it from the shop
I love it crumbed, & shallow fried, with lemon wedges.
If bought from shop, always grilled.

Love fish, & any seafood really!
Am planning to have a few Oysters, & a couple of Prawn, Cheese, & Cucumber Ryvita's for Dinner tomorrow!
Something different!
P.S. Used to steam fish whole in my lovely copper fish steamer, but I don't have that utensil anymore, sadly.
by donjo
If I cook Salmon I do it in. Grddle pan with only a light spray of oil.i sometimes squeeze lemon over it during cooking. I aim to have the skin crisp and the centre pink.
If cooking whole fish- I lie (not lay, as that is what hens do) the fish on a few slices of lemon or lime and some fresh herbs - dill or coriander and repeat for the inside and upper side. I make a parcel using baking paper and bake in a pan with water under.
Carefully lift flesh off the bone on the top side using the spine and ribs to guide you. Then carefully lift the tail, spine and head, leaving the
bottom flesh free of most bones.
Oh! anfi......if steaming fish whole I'd fill it either with orange & lemon slices, or tomato & onion slices, & herbs.
Always loved it!



by donjo
Depends on the type of fish but mostly shallow fried in panko crumbs and served with fresh lemon and garlic aïoli. If its Tasmanian salmon it's pan fried with crispy skin in butter served with home made yoghurt and dill dressing. Finger licking good👌
Hello helga.....are 'panko' breadcrumbs better than normal Kellogg's ones?
by donjo
Hi Donjo. Yes, definitely much better than the Kellogs ones and they taste much nicer too. Price-wise I've found the same sized packet in two different places in my local Woolworths store so I purchase the one near the sushi preparation area which is usually found on the bottom shelf, near the tempura batter. Also, the crumbs stay on better as well. Happy crumbing!
by helga
Thank you, helga! They're now on my shopping list! Cheers!
by donjo
Steamed with ginger, garlic, shallots, soy sauce and spring onions. The best way to have it!
Like it steamed, fried in batter, grilled or any old way and any old fish. As long as it isn't basa, I'll eat it.
If I cook Salmon I do it in. Grddle pan with only a light spray of oil.i sometimes squeeze lemon over it during cooking. I aim to have the skin crisp and the centre pink.
If cooking whole fish- I lie (not lay, as that is what hens do) the fish on a few slices of lemon or lime and some fresh herbs - dill or coriander and repeat for the inside and upper side. I make a parcel using baking paper and bake in a pan with water under.
Carefully lift flesh off the bone on the top side using the spine and ribs to guide you. Then carefully lift the tail, spine and head, leaving the
bottom flesh free of most bones.
I cook salmon. Pan fried with a little bit of salt and pepper. That's all. I've never tried to cook fish whole...for me, it's a scary prospect.
by Vee
The only fish I cook is 1 salmon cutlet once a week, (that my husband & I share), in a pan on top of the stove, with a little seasoning over it, & sometimes I cover it in some pesto from a jar.. We also never eat basa, but our local ‘Westfield's’ sells basa Fish & Chios for $5.00, & it very popular. I have 2 friends who buy it, every time there at ‘Westfield's'
I make a curry sauce with onions, garlic, turmeric , seasoning, cumin powder, coriander powder, dash of vinegar and coconut milk, pour it over salmon on a baking dish,cover and bake. Always a hit!
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