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fresh fish

OCT 21 @ 18:45

by runneralps

a sea bream that my fish monger provided me with....really tasty fish

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OCT 21 @ 22:30

by Grandmadamada

ciaoooo runner, may I ask you if you would suggest baking fish in salt? I did it with small size fish and ...... it was soooo salty!!! saltier than salted hering

welcome back, you are missedsmilewave

OCT 22 @ 15:44

by runneralps

hi Gm.....hope you are ok...
well its a little bit difficult to make it with small size fishes....better prefer medium to large size fishes...You should use sea salt and you need first to mix it with a quantity of flour depend on the amount of salt.Also you can add pepper and herbs for extra flavor.Then you should water it (not much) and you should make a blend like lets say concrete.....
and then start putting it on the fish. I believe that big size fishes are perfect to be cooke like this.....
In the end you should peel off the skin and its ready..... smilesmilesmile

OCT 23 @ 22:25

by Grandmadamada

thumbsupthanks for all these tipswavewavebig_smile

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