How To: Fry fish in the oven

Oven frying is technique that really works. In this how to video Chef Paul explains oven frying with fish. Oven frying is not like deep frying at all, but the food tastes just as great. Watch and learn how simple it is to cook your food in the oven with less oil than conventional frying.

How To: Make a tasty, elegant sauteed and seared monkfish

This is an easy recipe that also shows you the proper way to sear fresh fish. All you need for this recipe is: skinless monkfish fillets, fine sea salt, ground black pepper, Wondra, olive oil and thyme or other fresh herbs to garnish. Make a tasty, elegant sauteed and seared monkfish.

How To: Cook salmon with simple seasoning

Salmon is full of protein and omega 3 fatty acid which helps you’re brain function and is a healthy fat. Add this delicious and healthy fish to your dinner with simple seasoning and cooking method that will really show off the flavor.

How To: Bake Cape Cod lemon butter scrod

Scrod sounds good, right? This fish will satisfy your seafood craving. But wait… is scrod even a fish? No. If you're not from the New England-area, you probably would never know this, but scrod is not a fish at all. It's often misconceived as being a type of fish. However, scrod is a New England term that refers to any white fish that has been split and boned before sale, typically cod or haddock.

How To: Cook delicious lobster tails

Burhop's Seafood near Chicago, Illinois offers full instructions for preparing delicious, rich lobster tails for a gourmet dinner. In the video, the lobster tails that are being used have been shipped to the United States from Northern Australia, but the instructor ensures the viewers that one can buy lobster tails at the local store. For optimal color and flavor, Burhop's suggests preparing the lobster tails with a pat of butter as well as a small pinch of paprika. Using this technique, you ...

How To: Make a batter for fish wiht Guinness

Need a new recipe for a crispy batter for fried fish? The Original Naked Chef uses a simple seasoned flour and water base with an extra twist. He adds a healthy dose of Guinness beer to the mix. This affords a rich and fragrant batter. Chef believes that the perfect surface for cooking fish is in a shallow skillet with very hot oil. Simply dipping the fillets in the batter and allowing them to fry several minutes per side yields a mouth-watering main course. Serve with chips and Guinness beer...

How To: Cook pan-roasted halibut cheeks

If your market carries regular halibut fillet or steaks, ask the fish person to get you some cheeks and try this unusual seafood recipe, halibut cheeks with a warm pancetta vinaigrette sauce. These are actually sweet, succulent pockets of meat found in the cheeks of the fish. It looks, and also cooks, like a scallop.

How To: Cook a Simple Sinigang Na Bangus (Milkfish Stew)

Sinigang or Pinoy stew is one of the most famous and favorite meals among the Filipinos. It's also one of the most easiest to cook. Also, there are many ways to cook it, only the ingredients varies. The following tutorial is the most simplest form of cooking sinigang. This is my version of what is called sinigang na bangus.

How To: Cook a whole salmon

From the Tesco Food Club comes a delicious whole salmon recipe. Though the dish looks impressive, the actual process is fairly simple. You just wrap your fish in some foil and bake. Serve with some fresh cucumbers, and you have a dish guaranteed to refresh and impress.

How To: Eat starfish

Are you bored with ordinary meals? Why not tap into your adventurous side and try Starfish? Yes, that's right, those cute little fish that you see on the sand - you can eat them! So, if you are interested, check out this video and master the techniques needed to eat these spiny sea creatures.

How To: Cook salmon in a Dutch oven

Think outside the box (or outside the oven for that matter) and cook some salmon in a dutch oven. It sounds like an outlandish new method, but once you try it you'll be amazed by how easy it is to cook this tasty meal. All you need to do is throw some spices on the fish and let the magic happen. This video will show you how cook salmon in a Dutch oven.

How To: Bake salmon in the oven with mayonnaise and onions

Learn how to bake salmon in the oven with mayonnaise and onions in simple steps. You will need: a large onion, salmon, mayonnaise1. First peel out the outer layer of the onion, then cut it out and separate each of its layers. 2. Now slice the separated layers of the onion nicely and keep it aside. 3. Now take a suitable tray, place a piece of aluminum foil over it and spray it with butter. 4. Place the cleanly rinsed salmon on the tray and season it. 5. Add some oil to a pan, then add the sli...

How To: Cook traditional English fish and chips

Michelin-starred chef, Tom Aikens shows you how to cook quintessential fish and chips with traditional accompaniments. You will need cod fillets, flour, English mustard, salt, ground black pepper, eggs, vegetable oil, water, lemon juice, white wine vinegar, gherkins, capers, parsley, shallots, peas, butter, mint, white pepper, beer, and sparkling water. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a traditional yet gourmet English fish and chips.

How to Make Indian food: Fish kabab

The lady in the video teaches how to make Fish kebabs. White firm fish, such as cod fillets are used to make the kebabs. One teaspoon of mint garlic, one whole jalapeno pepper, three cloves, two cut up small potatoes, salt, chopped cilantro, and a blend of Indian tart spices. The fish is cooked in a pressure cooker, and the potatoes are added. The green peppers are added, and the garlic is also added. The three cloves also go in, with half a cup of water. A level teaspoon of salt is added. Th...

How To: Make Columbian Cartagena-style ceviche

In this tutorial, we learn how to make Columbian crevice. You will need: precooked shrimp, any other seafood you like, finely chopped red onions, juice from half a lime, salt, garlic water, hot sauce, tomato sauce, mayonnaise, pepper, and cumin. To make this like they do in Columbia, you will need to take a cup and add in your ingredients one on top of each other. Start with the shrimp and work your way up to the dollop of mayonnaise on the very top. To finish, mix the cup together and enjoy ...

How To: Cook baby squid with caramelized onions

Chef Jose from Made In Spain is here with some authentic Spanish cooking to teach you. Join Jose as he cooks up some yummy baby squid with caramelized onions. This recipe is incredibly simple and full of rich flavor. Enjoy it as a snack at work or make it for dinner at home.

How To: Make Asian beer fried fish

In this video an Asian cook named Kai shows us how to prepare fish in an authentic Asian style. In this video Kai shows how to prepare the fish with seasonings as well as preparing the beer batter. Kai then shows how much oil to use and what cooking device he will be using. He then shows the process of frying the battered fish. After Kai is done frying the fish he shows you what the texture should look like then shows how to prepare the sauce.

How To: Deep fry club soda battered sole fish

Aida deep fries sole strips in a light club soda batter. Follow along and learn how to make this sole batter from scratch. This cooking how-to video is part of Ask Aida show hosted by Aida Mollenkamp. Cooking expert Aida Mollenkamp will prepare delicious dishes while solving Food Network viewers' culinary conundrums in her new interactive cooking show, Ask Aida. From recipe and ingredient issues to advice on kitchen machinery and tools, Aida will even offer guidance for impromptu parties, fee...

How To: Fillet a fish

In this how to video series, learn how to fillet fish from expert Bruce Marnie. Bruce will demonstrate fish scaling tips to descale a fish, how to gut a fish, how to fillet a fish, how to remove a fish stomach, and how to cut fish fillets. Learn also how to determine the freshness of a fish, and the tools you need to fillet and prepare a saltwater fish such as Mahi Mahi.

How To: Make Chilean sea bass with grilled mango salsa

The firm and fatty flesh of Chilean sea bass makes it an ideal choice for the grill. A hot-sweet grilled mango and red pepper salsa provides delicious contrast to the rich fish. When shopping for seafood, make sure it bears the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) label to ensure it was harvested in an environmentally sustainable manner.

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