brolys, how do you cook your fish?

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  1. BrownWalrus

    BrownWalrus New Member

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    frying pan, grill? im trying to cut so i really want as little spices/sauces/marinades/whatever in it while cooking as possible (i can add a little old bay after, or before?)

    its impossible to do it in a frying pan without oil as it sticks (pam doesnt do shit), how do you guys do it? I guess i could just use a little olive oil and use that as my source for good fats and substitute a little of the peanut butter/almonds.
     
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  3. BrownWalrus

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    alright i thought so :)

    and old bay is the only spice i need :bowdown:
     
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    yea i use olive oil to pan fry my salmon. spices shouldn't be cut out if you're cutting, they don't really have much calories. i use pepper, sea salt, oregano, basil, and rosemary on both sides, pan fry each side for ~1.5 minutes (depends on thickness though most of the time).
     
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    pan fry or else bake.
     
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    pan fried in bacon grease.
     
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    you're supposed to cook it??? :eek5:
     
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    depends on what kind. usually lemon pepper seasoning or horse radish are invovled. i made some awesome whiting filets awhile back. whipped up a mustard, sirachi, and horse radish coating. then broiled them. i've never had anything as hot as this, every bite would numb the front of your face and make you gasp for breathe. they tasted great but i need to cut back a few of the ingredients.

    Another of my favorites is horse radish crusted salmon filets. basically cut aside of salmon into 4-6 pieces.

    grind a 1/2 cup of oats
    add 1/2 a sweet onion minced, 2 tbsp horse radish, 1tsp sea salt, some pepper, 1 egg, and 2 tsp olive oil.

    take those ingredients and mix them all together. then cake on the top of your salmon with the mix. proceed to bake at 350 for 20 minutes, then broil them till the tops have brown spots.

    most of my family hates fish, but they had no complaints on this one.
     
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    I have the biggest problems cooking fish :rofl:
     
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    O_O oats and salmon?
     
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    if its salmon, i bake at 375 for about 16 mins, then open the door and turn on the broiler coil for another 2-3 mins to crisp the outside. if i have dill, it goes on top before it goes in the oven. then i use one of those salad spritzer things that you see in grocery stores now, balsamic vinaigrette and spray once its done. mmm.

    anything else in a pan, minimal olive oil. a nicely seasoned cast iron skillet makes things easy.

    i'm not really broly, though. take that how you want it.
     
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    Pan sear tuna steak for 15 secs each side.
     
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    Bake it.
     
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    if you sear the fish well then cover it while it's on the stove it won't burn if you keep the heat low, but you have to cook it for like 10 min. You don't need olive oil this way, juices from the fish stay on the bottom and simmer.

    I also just make a little tinfoil house for the fish to live in, bake it in the oven at 358 for 18 min or so. Just put it right on the rack, otherwise it takes a lot longer to bake.

    edit: season to taste
     
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    what kind of fish?
     
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    steel cut oats at that!?!?!

    supposed to use breadcrumbs, but they aren't exactly the best carb source.
     
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    look on youtube, a lot of good ways on there
     
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    about the mochachino whey, don't get it...it's not all that good with milk

    it's downable, but probably not as good as bateman's vanilla claim
     
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    you can poach it in chicken broth. heat up the broth just till it starts to steam, keep the heat on low and poach until the fish turns opaque. then season with old bay or hot sauce

    you can also season it, wrap it in foil, and put it under the broiler. this is great for trout
     
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    thanks for all the answers guys, a lot of good suggestions here :cool:
    im definitely gonna give baking a shot...and i guess i overstressed the seasonings as they really dont have all that much shit in em (besides sodiu)

    yea i decided to go with cafe mocha as that seems to be the best tasting according to all the reviews, then i'll probably give vanilla a shot

    offtopic question here (i dont wanna make a new thread for this either) but does anyone know what the difference is between caffeine and caffeine anhydrous? all i could find was that, apparently, anhydrous doesn't contain water or some shit, whatever that means.... i have 2 options, just normal caffeine pills with 200mg caffine in em, or prolab ones with 75mb calcium and 200mg calcium anhydrous...can't decide :hs:
     
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  24. BrownWalrus

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    nigga answer my question! (look up above, last part about the caffeine)
     
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    most of the time, i just poach it.
     
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