Hot Fish How-Tos

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: Cook roasted branzino with lemons

Bring a genuine taste of the Mediterranean with this killer recipe for branzino with lemoms. The only way to get it more authentic than this is if you get directly from the source. Bring that flavor home with this video from The Food Network.

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: Cook a spicy Alaskan tower with salmon, crab & avocado

Almost everyone believes that a dish with a sophisticated, upscale, cool presentation is going to be difficult to make, but that philosophy is just flat out wrong. And this "Spicy Alaskan Tower" is going to show you just how easy it is. It's a great tower with great seafood ingredients for seafood enthusiasts, made of smoked salmon, spicy mayo sauce, topped with avocado, fresh crab meat and caviar. And there's two ways to present this recipe: as a main course or as an appetizer. Learn both of...

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 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: Bake halibut fish in parchment paper

In this cooking tutorial, Better TV shows you how to lighten up a recipe without sacrificing the taste. Watch this how to video to learn how to prepare halibut fish by baking it in parchment paper. You will need: Parchment paper, string, West coast halibut, tomatoes, olive oil, garlic, Fava beans, white asparagus and sugar.

How To: Prepare fish and chips

Fried cod and potatoes complement each other perfectly in this hearty dish. Serve with malt vinegar or tartar sauce. You will need russet potatoes, cod, oil, beer, flour, cornstarch, salt, black pepper, paprika, cayenne pepper, a large pot or wok for frying, a theromoeter, and a slotted spoon. You can serve the fish and chips with malt vinegar, which is traditional, or with tartar sauce.

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: Cook a Peruvian red snapper fish ceviche

Around the World in 80 Dishes takes you to Peru with a video demonstration of a classic recipe for ceviche, a popular Latin American dish that can be made with all kinds of seafood. You will need snapper fillet, lime juice, extra-virgin olive oil, jalapeno, garlic, salt, ground pepper, plum or Roma tomatoes, red onion, green onion, and cilantro. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a Peruvian snapper ceviche.

How To: Cook lobster tails at home

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cook lobster tails. Users can choose to bake or broil the lobster tail. Begin by cutting the outer shell of the lobster tail. Users should cut vertically down the middle and horizontally at the bottom of the tail. Take the tail meat. Now users can choose to add some seasoning or flavoring to the tail. Another way to prepare the lobster tail is too just cut the tail vertically in half and leave the shell on. This video will benefit those viewers who...

How To: Boil a fish chowder

This chowder is a twist on the classic New England clam chowder recipe. If there is an abundance of fresh fish in your area why now adapt an old recipe to use it up. You can use catfish, cod fish, or even carp for this chowder recipe. Watch and learn to use northern pike fish to make a delicious fish chowder.

How To: Make a classic tuna Niçoise salad with tomatoes, olives and herbs

This is definitely a great tuna dish for you fish lovers. It's not your typical tuna salad though, because it features some very delicious tuna filets. See how to make this classic Niçoise tuna delight, which is actually really easy! Chef Keith Pooler shows you that the tuna and tomatoes are steeped in oil, with hard-boiled eggs, chickpeas, Nicoise olives and a vinaigrette with basil, thyme, chives and tarragon, which come together in a colorful and delicious dish that demands attention.

How To: Make low-carb seared ahi tuna with edamame beans

In this tutorial, learn how to make a super fast, delicious meal that is also good for you! This low-carb, low-fat meal is ready in minutes and will fill you up without weighing you down. You will get a step by step for making this yummy, Asian inspired dish - seared ahi tuna steaks, served med rare with a side of deliciously steamed edamame beans.

How To: Bake restaurant quality salmon

Chef Steve Feiven shows you to bake the perfect salmon. To bake the perfect salmon, do the following: Season the salmon with salt and pepper on both sides. Place it skin side down in a sizzling pan and surround the fish with some wine and water. Add some crumbs to the top of the fish, and season a little bit. Bake at 425 degrees (convection oven), regular oven 375 degrees. Bake for about 15 minutes. Check to make sure the internal temperature is 145 degrees. Transfer to a warm plate and serve...

How To: Grill coho salmon on a water soaked cedar plank

This video offers a method for cooking Coho salmon on a cedar plank. The author suggest you start by soaking a cedar plank in water for an hour, then lay a filet of Coho salmon on the thicker end of the plank. The salmon is then seasoned, first with a puree of ginger, then turbinado sugar, then finally a spray of liquid butter to bind it all together. The sugar will caramelize as the fish cooks. Place the plank over two burners of a grill set to medium for about 25 to 30 minutes, but take car...

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: 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: 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: Bake & cook salmon w/olive oil and lemon in the oven

This Mealplanner101 Minute reveals a secret to baking salmon to perfection. 1. Preheat your oven on 390 degrees Fahrenheit. 2. Season a salmon fillet with salt. 3. Put some olive oil and lemon juice. 4. Bake it for 12 minutes. 5. Take about 1/4 inch cut of the salmon, so that the fish oil will ditch in to the plate. 6. Place the fish in to the oven and set it for 2 minutes. 7. Check if the oil changed from clear to opaque or white. If not, continue cooking 1 minute at a time. Once it's opaque...

How To: Remove fish pin bones

You’re unlikely to choke on a pin bone. But eating fish is a more pleasant experience if you aren’t encountering those small, soft bones in every bite. Even if you buy a filleted piece of fish, they’re likely to be there. We think our recipe for Cured Salmon is best if you remove the pin bones first.

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