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Date Posted: 22 August 2017

Best Recipe for Fish

Where to Find the Best Fish Recipes and Tips for Cooking to Perfection 

Whether you are just looking for a recipe to prepare fish for a family dinner, want something out-of-the-ordinary for a breakfast, require inspiration for your kid’s birthday party, or want to host an elaborate dinner for discerning guests, you will find the best recipes for fish right here at Sea Harvest.

If you are looking for a recipe for fish or seafood, we suggest viewing our recipe section where the best recipes for mouth-watering delicious hake and other seafood are shared. Below are a few tips for cooking or preparing fish from frozen, to help you get the best results, regardless of the cooking method selected.

Pan Frying

Heat the frying pan and add the oil. Once the oil is hot, add the fish and turn the heat down. Fry for the recommended time. Only turn it over if the recipe instructs. Don’t overcook, as this will spoil the delicious flavour of the fish.

Roasting

Frozen fish roasts well. It is a quick and easy process. Simply coat the Sea Harvest fish slightly with olive or canola oil, and place it on a baking sheet or oven pan, which has been lined with foil or sprayed with non-stick cooking spray to prevent the fish from sticking to the surface. Roast the fish at the recommended temperature stated on the food packaging for about 10-15 minutes, depending on the recipe. Remember to flip the fish over about four minutes into the roasting time to season it. You don’t have to flip the fish if it is a thin cut.

Steaming

Steaming is a superb way to infuse frozen fish with added flavour. Use a steamer rack together with a large pot, of which the bottom has been filled with two centimetres of water, a bit of wine, or vegetable or fish stock. Place the frozen fish from the Sea Harvest product stable on the rack, lightly sprinkle salt, and add just a bit of lemon to bring out all the flavours of the fish. Follow the instructions on our food packaging regarding cooking time, and you can expect soft and flavourful fish.

Broiling

Broiling is another amazing technique to cook frozen fish and it is remarkably easy. Simply line your broiling pan with foil, if you want to ensure easy cleaning afterwards. If you don’t want to use foil, spray a bit of non-stick spray to prevent the fish from sticking to the surface. Place the frozen fish in the pan (skin down if it comes with skin), place the pan about 12-15 centimetres from the broil element and let it cook for about five minutes before you flip it over to season. Let it cook for another eight minutes or until the middle is flaky. You will find instructions on our food packaging regarding recommended cooking times.

Poaching

Poaching is one of the healthiest ways to prepare frozen fish. Bring the water to boil in a pan, and then turn the heat to low. Your next step is to add the fish fillets and then simmer. Tip – don’t bring the water to a boil again, as the fish will then completely break apart.

Now that you know the main cooking methods, head over to our recipe section for some of the best recipes for fish to make every dinner a special occasion.

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