Quick tip : Determining the cooking time of a fish
by Scott Bird
As you may have noticed, I love seafood
. If you're just venturing in to this world, however, you may be wondering just how long to cook your latest purchase. Fortunately it's not as difficult as you might think.
You can get a rough idea simply by looking at how thick the fish is (at the thickest point). For roasting or grilling, count on approximately 10 minutes per inch. Moderately hot oven, perhaps 375F (190C). Adjust this according to taste.
Another estimate which may be used is 15 minutes per pound. Once again, this is only a guideline - adjust according to taste.To test whether this is done
Poke a toothpick into the thickest part of the fish. If the skin is no longer translucent and the flesh flakes easily, it's done. Also - if it's a whole fish - the eyes will have turned white.
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