Contamination Prevention | Cooking Safety | Proper StorageConsumption Safety
When working with fish it is essential that proper handling and storage are used to reduce the risk of food-borne illness and ensure a quality product.
Most fish are low in fat and cholesterol and a good source of protein, which makes them a good choice for a healthy diet. Our bodies require a certain amount of protein daily and the body does not store protein so we need to replenish it in our daily diet.
Cooking Times | Baking Fish | Pan-frying Fish | Deep-Frying FishGrilling & Broiling Fish | Doneness | Cooking Tips
Fish can be prepared using almost any type of cooking method including baking, steaming, frying, grilling, broiling, or slow cooking.
Thawing Fish | Salmon Preparation | Tips
Frozen fish can be cooked without thawing but the cooking time would need to be increased to cook it thoroughly. If the fish is going to be breaded, stuffed, broiled, fried or cooked in the microwave, it should be thawed completely first.
Typically, a type of paste that may be semi-firm in texture or very fluid and easy to pour. Made from fresh meat of various species of fish or shellfish, this paste is produced after the meat has been salted, dried and often fermented, providing a salty overtone and a distinct aroma.