Monday, 31 October 2016

Catch and Cook Fish and Shellfish - GARFISH - I See No Green Bones!

Many people that catch Garfish (Needlefish) are put off at the thought of eating them because of their green bones and scales. However, if you like eating fish, Garfish are good to eat with a sweet meat and a good texture.


In the video below, I show the preparation of the Garfish, which includes filleting that virtually, removes the green bones. The fillets are then marinated, coated, and pan-fried.
 


2 comments:

  1. They look delicious Rob, i love cooking beer battered mackerel!!
    I have a week off work now so hopefully weather permitting i will get a few fishing trips in

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    1. Hi Andy. Thanks and hope you manage to have some good trips. Tomorrow looks OK.

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