Project Tryout: Cooking Fish


Hi Guys,

I have been eating out for a long time and I have been trying new things but even going out to nice restaurants have not made me tried to start cooking at home.There are so many benefits when cooking at home like portion control, expanding my skills while failing, etc. So I needed a kick in the pants to get me started and going to my eye doctor and he suggested because of my dry eyes that I should try eating oilier fish. This time I bought salmon and some black sea bass (sea bass is a lean fish, I was told differently ).

So anyways , here is my attempt at my fish dinner.I bought fish, capers, onion, lime and a lime as well as unsalted butter.
I had the fishmonger scaled and gutted which I wished I had asked for them to de bone it as well. Its hard when you aren’t used to eating bones in your fish. However, with all those ingredients the fish was delicious.
Check out the photos below.
Catch ya later,
1reddiva83

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One Response to Project Tryout: Cooking Fish

  1. That is a tried and true method of cooking fish. Me and my friends call this tinfoil surprise and it works with anything from flounder to salmon.

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