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Name: Rosanna Chandler


Dear Fish Lover,

Our fish recipes that don't taste like fish guideFish is one of the most wholesome foods that man can eat.  In fact, people have been eating fish throughout human history.  These days, many cooks yearn to add fish to their repertoire, but the whole process of cleaning and filleting fresh fish is a little scary to them.  The process of cleaning and filleting fresh fish is relatively simple once the steps are understood. 

To begin, you must clean your fresh fish properly in order to maintain it's quality during the remaining steps of processing.  First, use a knife or fish scaling tool to remove all of the scales.  Removing the scales early on is a key to easy fish cleaning.  Next, remove the fish head by cutting just behind the first set of fins. 

Now, insert your sharp knife into the area where you just removed the head and make a slit in the belly of the fish.  You will want to slit the fish belly all the way down to the vent next to the tail.  This should open up the cavity of the fish and you can pull or cut away any viscera or organs from inside the fish. The next step is to cut away any additional fins that the fish may have. 

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Do this by cutting into the fish in a circular motion around the fins and remove them.  Finally, rinse the fish body and cavity under cold, running water.  Now that the fish has been properly cleaned, you can move on to filleting.

Begin the fish filleting process by laying the fish on one side and inserting your knife into the fish body almost to the backbone.  Guide your knife along the backbone, exposing the fillet as you cut.  You will have to lift and separate the flesh from the bone as you cut.  Next, repeat this process for the other side.  Once you have created the two fish fillets, place them skin side down and cut through the flesh next to the tail. 

Do not cut through the skin next to the tail, as you will hold onto this skin as you separate the skin from the flesh.  Insert your fillet knife between the flesh and the skin and use a back and forth motion to separate the two.  Rinse the fillets with cold water and be sure to dry them before storing or using.

These simple and easy steps are all that it takes to make the most out of fresh fish.  With these steps in mind you can prepare fresh fish for any meal.


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This Is A Collection of Fish and Shell-Fish Recipes.

Delicious Fish Recipes delivers more than 100 of the best recipes from fish and shell fish, this eBook is pure seafood satisfaction for seafood lovers everywhere.

You maybe having friends or family members coming over and have no idea on what to prepare for them.

This recipes cookbook will offer you a wide range of seafood recipes for you to prepare mouth watering dishes.

The diversity of the recipes make this the perfect cookbook for any seafood and non seafood fanatic. 


Maintaining Fish Flavour

To maintain the delicate flavor of a newly caught freshwater or saltwater fish, this must be handled properly to avoid spoilage. Not to mention preserving the fish with pleasing odor. There are ways to properly prepare and maintain the quality just after the catch of the fish into a sumptuous fishmeal. Check out the tips below:

Our fish recipes for fish haters guide1) As soon as the fish lands avoid any contact with hard surfaces to prevent bruising. It should be washed immediately by hosing or bucket rinsing in order to remove the slime and possible bacteria that cause spoilage. Never use water from close proximity marinas, municipal or industrial discharges. To make sure, always use potable water instead.

2) Simply chill the fish to prevent deterioration in less than an hour. With a little advance planning, proper icing can be accomplished with the use of some relatively cheap equipment. Fish should be stored in coolers and should be well chilled. It should be 3" deep, thus, covering a pound of fish with pound of ice. Use chlorinated water per quart of water for the final rinsing.

3) Clean the fish as soon as possible. Their tissues are sterile but not their scales, which contains many types of bacteria. When cleaning fish, avoid rough treatment because wounds in the flesh can allow the spread of bacteria. Gutting the fish does not have to be necessarily long. It is wise to cut the belly, as it leaves no blood or viscera in the body. Make sure not to soak cleaned fish fillets in a prolonged freshwater as this could reduce the meat texture and flavor.

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4) The eating quality and nutritional value of fish can be maintained up to 5 days if properly cleaned. Washing of the hands before touching the fish is also important. No matter what fish and the cooking technique used, one golden rule is to be followed always. Whether it is whole or not, cook exactly 10 minutes for every inch measured. 15 minutes should be allotted to fish enclosed in foil or sauce baked. Double the time for frozen fish.

Allow extra time if fish will be baked while packed in an aluminum foil and allow extra time for the penetration of the heat. That should be an additional 5 minutes for fresh fish and 10 for frozen. In thawing frozen fish, slowly thaw in the fridge for 24 hours or let the wrapped fish be run under cold water not at room temperature.

Do not thaw a fish that's frozen before cooking as it may make it mushy and dry.

Delicious Fish Recipes is packed with recipes, all with enough recipes to satisfy even the deepest craving. Order your copy of Delicious Fish Recipes today and start indulging immediatley!


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Rosanna Chandler

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Frequently Asked Questions!

What is the best and healthiest way to cook fish?

Overall, pan-frying is considered healthier than deep-frying due to the smaller amounts of oil it uses. Additionally, it's best to choose an oil that's stable at high heat and will add healthier fats to your fish. Olive oil is one healthy option.

What can I add to fish to make it taste better?

Lemons: Bright, acidic lemon zest and juice pair well with fish. Mayonnaise: Use it in creamy glazes. Good-quality olives: Chop them to make a stuffing or topping. Mustard: Its pungency is the perfect foil to mild fish.

How long should you cook fish?

Cooking fish for 10 minutes per inch of thickness is an old rule of thumb that works perfectly when roasting fillets or steaks. It's just enough time to cook the flesh through so that it's opaque, but not so much that it flakes.