If you know me at all, you know that I don’t like most fish. In fact, very few that I have tried in my life have merited a redo (those would be baked flounder, panéed flounder, blackened redfish, and trout, and yes, I grew up in Louisiana!). My deal is I hate the fishy taste that characterizes most sea food (again, with a few exceptions), so I can’t bear to eat fish that tastes like, well, fish.
Melissa and I are wanting to incorporate more healthy foods into our diets and fish always comes up, so we’re resolved to find a fish that, when properly cooked, doesn’t taste like fish. I found a baked salmon recipe that I’d like to try, but I’ve never cooked salmon before. Any tips, recipes, or other advice?
We’ve tried the highly-touted talapia, but it didn’t make the cut. Why? It tasted too fishy! That may been in the preparation, but regardless, it hasn’t found its way back into our cooking since!
So, do any of you fish afficionados out there have any words of wisdom for us? Thanks in advance!
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