Fried fish is in many parts of the world a thought after
dish. It can be deep fried as done in many fast food restaurants, prepared in a
wok or pan fried which is for many who
are cooking at home and don't have a wok or a set up to deep fry the easiest alternative
Fish are amongst the healthiest food choices we can make and many health experts advocate to eat at least 2 portions of fish per week. Especially the oily fish species like mackerel or sardines that are lower in the food chain are excellent choices and rich in the very beneficial omega 3 fatty acids. All fish are a very lean food choice compared to red meats and still offer loads of proteins and vitamins. Other well thought after fish that are highly regarded are cod, salmon trout, tuna, herring, tilapia (which can actually be grown at home in an aquaponics systems), dorado, striped bass and cat fish. Most of them are growing in the oceans around the world but tilapia, bass, trout
and cat fish are freshwater species which can be caught in many dams and rivers. If you are keen to catch your own fish here is one proven way that i use to catch any freshwater fish. We are fortunate to live right at the sea so our local seafood store has every day a great variety of fresh fish on offer. For this recipe we used "Marlin" a large predator fish on top of the food chain. It has firm cooking meat and one of the beauties of many kinds of pan fried fish is that it can be done in virtually no time (less than 10 minutes)
Preparation time: 8 minutes
Cooking time: at least 7 minutes
Resting time: 0 minutes
Total time needed: 15 minutes
Grade of Difficulty: easy
Add fried fish to hot plates and serve with potatoes, or potato mesh. Pore remaining butter from the pan over the fish. Great dips for the fish are homemade "Sauce Andalouse" and homemade "Herb mayonnaise.
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