Hot Fish How-Tos

How To: Cook delicious earth friendly trout

In this tutorial, we learn how to cook delicious earth friendly trout. First, throw 4 tbsp butter in a saucepan and then juice 2 tbsp lemon juice. From here, grab some fresh chopped Italian parsley. Once the butter is a golden brown color, it will be finished melting. After this, you will turn the heat off and then take 1/2 tsp and spread it on your boneless rainbow trout. Then, sprinkle on salt and pepper and place under a preheated hot broiler for a couple of minutes. Trout cooks very fast,...

How To: Make classic fish tacos

In this tutorial, Chef Troy teaches us how to make classic fish tacos. These are a great treat for whenever you are in the mod for something healthy and you don't want to take all day. Start off by taking some soft corn tortilla shells that are small. Form here, sprinkle on shredded lettuce then place fish on top of that. After this, you will add on a sprinkling of pico de gallo and any other veggies you want on top of that. Fold this up and then you can eat these and enjoy them for a great t...

How To: Pick the right kind of salmon for a meal

In this tutorial, we learn how to pick the right kind of salmon for a meal. There are five species of salmon that are available to eat. They all have good fats in them and a lot of protein you can live off on. The sockeye has a lot of good fats in it with a lot of protein. Coho and Keta salmon have less fat on them, but are still very healthy. You can use any type of salmon to grill, bake, or use for anything you want. All of them can stand up to grilling and be added to any type of recipe th...

How To: Cook a low country shrimp boil

In this tutorial we learn how to cook a low country shrimp boil. To make this, you will need: corn on the cob, cut up sausage, 3 lbs shrimp, Old Bay shrimp and crab boil, and a large boiler. First, get the water in the boiler heated up so that it's boiling. After this, add in the sausage and cook it for ten minutes. Then, add in the corn and cook for 10 minutes. After this, add in the shrimp and the seasoning to the water. When this is finished cooking, you will be ready to serve! Eat this an...

How To: Cook a simple tilapia fish dish with cornmeal & tomatoes

In this tutorial, Chef Jason Hill teaches us how to cook tilapia. Tilapia recipes can range depending on what kind of food you want. Tilapia is a fresh water fish with firm white and flaky appearance. To begin, toast 1 c of cornmeal for 2-3 minutes over medium heat. After this, put the mixture into a casserole dish and then make your pepper topping. Set your pan on medium-high and place 2 tbsp olive oil along with bell peppers, pasilla, and red peppers that are chopped. Then, stir in 1/2 c wa...

How To: Prepare fish fillets safely to avoid exposure to contaminants

The Fish Contamination Education Collaborative (FCEC) has made this video to reach the public about fish preparation safety, to make su. It's important to prepare fish in a certain way, because some species of fish have contaminants that pose health risks. Those contaminants are stored in the fatty portion of the fish, so by cleaning and cooking the fish in a certain way, you can reduce your exposure to those toxins.

How To: Cook an easy wasabi salmon (pan-fried, broiled or grilled)

This is quite possibly the easiest recipe out there. You can barbecue, broil or even pan-fry this wasabi salmon. There are only four ingredients for this deliciously easy meal, and they are boneless and skinless fish (in this case, wild salmon), soy sauce, garlic powder and premium wasabi paste. Basically, mix all the ingredients together and slap the salmon in some aluminum foil and cook. That's it! This recipe works great for any kind of fish!

How To: Make an amazing baked tilapia with salsa verde and rice

Tilapia is a fantastic fish for any dish, if cooked right. If you're looking for a fantastic new recipe try making a baked tilapia with salsa verde and rice! This fantastic meal is easy to make and is cheap enough to make enough to save for another meal! In this video you'll learn how to prepare the tomatillo's for the salsa and plenty of other lessons on preparation and cooking for the final product.

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: Cook orange-flavored cod with only three ingredients

Well, with a title like "orange-flavored cod," you've probably already figured out two of the three ingredients for the flavorful fishy meal, which are oranges (four navel oranges) and cod (four cod fillets). What is the last ingredient to this simple Woman's Day Magazine meal? One cup of thinly sliced red onions. See how easy it is!

How To: Grill halibut with an almond nut crust on a wooden plank

Enter your kitchen and bring your laptop, cause you're going to learn how to cook some delicious halibut fish! Watch and learn how to prepare your halibut, including an odd (but yummy) nut crust (in this case, almonds). Then, move out to the patio and heat up the grill to cook the halibut to the perfect temperature atop that cedar wood plank.

How To: Grill salmon on a gas grill

In this video, we learn how to grill salmon on a gas grill. First, place the salmon onto the grill with the meat side down. Make sure before you do this you spray your grill with non-stick spray and coat your fish with olive oil and seasoning. Grill the fish on both sides until it's cook to just the way you like it. When finished, you will be able to serve with your favorite side dishes for a healthy and delicious meal. Don't be afraid to put the fish on the grill, it gives them a great taste...

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: Make grilled shrimp with cured lemon aioli

Summer is the absolute best season to fire up a grill. The weather's like a dream, the sun's up longer than usual, and seafood is at its freshest. If you're dying to eat some fresh seafood this summer but don't know how to go beyond the grilling part, then watch this food video.

How To: Prepare a basic Peruvian ceviche (raw fish marinated with lime juice)

If you're a fan of sushi, then you have to try out this delicious raw fish recipe. It's not your typical raw fish. It's called ceviche, and it's a South American (in this case, Peruvian) dish of marinated raw fish. It's an interesting process where you don't cook the food on the stove or in the oven, but instead you marinate your ingredients in lime juice, which basically "cooks" the raw fish. A very fresh dish, perfect for anytime you want something a little lighter for a meal or a snack.

How To: Make grilled salmon with garlic, ginger, & basil sauce

Packed with rich omega-3 oils, fatty acids, and more protein than a WWE wrestler needs before a big match, salmon is a wonder food of sorts. Omega-3s protect heart health, boost your metabolism, and reduce inflammation (which means fewer pimples for those that are acne-ridden), while protein helps you lose weight by keeping you fuller longer.

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: Bake salmon without overcooking it

In this tutorial, we learn how to bake salmon without overcooking it. First, lay your salmon down on a baking sheet and then sprinkle dry rosemary, olive oil, lemon juice, pepper, garlic, and sea salt. First, remove the pin bones from the fish if they are inside of it. To see if your fish has it, run your finger over the top of it and then use tweezers to pull the bones out. After this, you will place the baking sheet inside of the oven and cook the salmon until it just falls apart. Avoid coo...

How To: Make a simple tuna casserole

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a simple tuna casserole. You will need: egg noodles, cheese, peas, onions, cream of mushroom soup, tuna, and sun dried tomatoes to make this recipe. First, pour your egg noodles into a mixing bowl, then cut up your onion. After this, pour a half bag of frozen peas into the bowl with the pasta and mix together. Now, shred your cheese and add it in with the pasta, then add in the onion and your tuna. Finally, add in the cream of mushroom soup and mix every...

How To: Roast a Greek-style Mediterranean fish

It's been proven in studies of areas with the longest living people that a Mediterranean diet full of vegetables, fish, and nuts makes for a long and healthy life. You can catch on to some of this wisdom by simply incorporating light and healthy foods like fish into your diet.

How To: Easily grill shrimp

In this tutorial, we learn how to easily grill shrimp. To make this, you will need: 2 lbs jumbo shrimp, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tsp adobo with pepper, 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, and black pepper. First, take your shrimp and place them in a bowl, then add all of your ingredients on top of it. Use your hands to marinade the shrimp and let it sit for a while so they can soak in the flavor. After this, place your shrimp onto skewers, then grill them on a barbecue until they are fully cooked. Yo...

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 ...