Pan Frying Fish Tutorial

There are a number of ways to cook fish, but pan frying is the easiest way to do it. You can pan fry any type of fish and top it off with sauce. This recipe reveals the secret to pan frying the perfect fish fillet.

In 5 minutes, you have a succulent fish fillet oozing with a simple lemon and butter sauce. Never worry about overcooking your fish again with this recipe.

Ingredients:

• 1 fish fillet
• Olive oil
• Lemon
• Butter

Instructions:

This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Servings depend on how many fish fillet you cook.

Season your fish fillet with salt and pepper on both sides.
Place a frying pan over medium heat.
Pour a little bit of olive oil enough to coat the pan.
To check if the fish is ready to be turned over, check the side of the fillet. If it starts to turn opaque, you can go ahead and turn it over gently to the other side.

Ideas And Tips:

• In this recipe, a non-stick frying pan was used to cook the fish. This makes cooking fish easier because it will not stick to the bottom of the pan, and you do not need to use a lot of oil.

• If you have a thicker fish fillet and you are worried about having the center uncooked, place a lid over the frying pan for a few minutes and lower down the heat. This will make sure that the fish is cooked all the way through to the center. If you want the fish to cook fast, choose a thinner slice of fish fillet.

• Let the fish fillet rest for a few minutes before you serve it to allow the juices to spread throughout.

• You can use any white fish fillet for this recipe. Try cod, cream dory, haddock, tilapia, bass, grouper, catfish or snapper.

Pan Frying Fish
images – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gluRaUv88sk

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