Some people do not like to eat swai fish because it is quite smelly. But actually this fish has as much OMEGA 3 as the salmon, which is more expensive. If you want to eat swai fish, here are the recommended ways to remove its smelly odor.
- Fish which is still alive: Release the fish into the water in a basin or something like that, then add salt and a little of lime juice in the water. Leave it there for about 10-12 hours before cooking, the smell will be washed out.
- Fish pieces in the pack sold in the mall or supermarket: You should pay attention to the fish meat: if it is in dark yellow color, it means the fish is fresh. If the meat is brown or orange then the fish is not fresh.
When you have your clean fish, we introduce you the yummy Lemon Garlic Baked Basa Fish recipe below. Now let’s make our food !
- Three basa (swai fish) fillets – this served two adults and a couple of children
- Salt and pepper to season
- Three tablespoon of unsalted and melted butter
- Three garlic cloves, minced
- 1 lemon, thinly sliced
- Fresh parsley for garnish (optional)
- Pre-heat the oven to four hundred degrees.
- Place fish fillets in a nine x thirteen baking dish and season with salt and pepper.
- Mix the thawed butter with the garlic and baste every basa (swai fish) fillet with the mixture.
- Lay lemon slices over every fillet.
- Top baking dish with aluminium foil and place into the oven.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or till fish are entirely opaque and totally poached . Cooking time can vary upon the dimensions and thickness of the fish – check thereon and once it’s entirely opaque and flakes it’ll be ready.
- Take away from oven and serve with fresh parsley for garnish if desired.
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