Hot Fish How-Tos

How To: Make sole dore

If you are afraid to cook fish, this is this demo for you! This has to be the easiest “gourmet” method for fish you have ever seen. This will work for any thin, flaky white fish fillets, but Sole is the traditional choice.We topped the fish with is a simple lemon, caper butter sauce. Chef John will also demo this on the site and you would be well-served to learn this classic and versatile 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 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 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: 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 Make Indian food: Fried catfish

Sheba shows you how you can make fried catfish nuggets in that Indian tandoori style. Sheba walks you through each step of how to prepare and cook the catfish. She warns you that you can only marinade the catfish for so long because certain ingredients in the marinade can cause the catfish to start actually cooking. A wok with a descent amount of oil is what you will used to cook actually the catfish in. After watching this video you can easily recreate this dish for yourself, family, or even...

How To: Make a torched yellowfin (or ahi) tuna and pea salad with anchovy vinaigrette

If you're a tuna lover, but aren't really fond of the raw sushi tuna variety, this could be the perfect blend of both worlds. Tuna enthusiasts no longer have to have it one way or the other… go in-between with a lightly torched tuna meal. Lightly torched tuna (yes, a blowtorch is used) joins a sweet, salty and tangy vinaigrette with fresh herbs and anchovies. Piled atop vibrant radishes, scallions and peas, the dish was beautifully assembled and presented to an appreciative farmers' market cr...

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: 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: Make pan seared tilapia filet

In this tutorial, we learn how to make pan seared tilapia filet. First, place salt and pepper onto your fish after you have brined it. Now, coat the fish with a small amount of regular flour, then pat it dry. Next, place the fish into a sautŽ pan over medium heat with a small amount of cooking oil. The fish will cook extremely fast, for about 2 minutes on the first side. When you flip to the other side, turn the heat off and let the fish cook without heat. Now, place parsnips and garlic sauce...

How To: Cook boiled shrimp scampi

Jermain Pulley shows you how to cook broiled shrimp scampi with a side of asparagus. To make broiled shrimp scampi you will need: 1lb of raw shrimp, peeled and deveined, 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 tsp minced garlic, 2 tsp lemon juice, 1/4 tsp table salt, 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper, 2 tbs Parmesan cheese, 1lb fresh asparagus. Mix your marinade in a small bowl and add the shrimp. Coat the shrimp well. Steam the asparagus. Place the shrimp on a baking sheet and place in oven for about 6-8 minute...

How To: Skin & debone fish fillets

In the mood for some fish? Fish is incedibly healthy for you, is full of antioxidants, and is great for your skin! In this video from Real Age, learn how to skin and debone fish fillets that are a perfect choice for dinner! Pair your fillets with a side of steamed vegetables and you're on the road to absolute health! Skin & debone fish fillets.

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: Make Filipino sweet & sour tilapia (fish)

Feeling envious of your neighbor or your colleague who boasts that they can make Filipino dishes? Here is a chance to shut their mouths forever. Watch this video and find out how you can make people jealous of your scrumptious culinary skills. Learn to make a sweet and sour tilapia dish which is sure to make people's mouths water and stop them from bragging. This video is for those who like fish. The fish is first fried which enhances the taste of the food. Try this and see your neighbors go ...

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: Grill wild salmon

Salmon is a delicious fish full of nutrients that are good for you including omega-3 fats which promote a healthy cardiovascular system! In this video, learn how to make frozen wild salmon taste really great on the grill. Take your lunch or dinner up a notch by making grilled wild salmon today!

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: 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...

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