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Bluefish Fillets, how to cook?

Asked by johnny0313x (1855points) December 16th, 2010

My neighbor gave me some Bluefish fillets, and I am not sure how to cook them, originally I was thinking about putting them on the george foreman grill, is this a bad idea? I have never cooked them before so all input is welcome.

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WestRiverrat's avatar

I usually see them either baked or broiled. If they can be broiled, the foreman grill should work. Rub them with some lemon pepper and olive oil before grilling them.

YARNLADY's avatar

Place the fish on a piece of foil, top with a tomato and sprinkle some of your favorite spices on it, wrap it up and put it on the grill.

christine215's avatar

I like to grill them, but it’s a good idea to soak them in milk for a couple hours beforehand.

Bluefish is an oily fish so soaking in milk will take away a bit of the overy strong fishy taste to it.

I like to use fresh oregano, tomato slices and lemon

marinelife's avatar

As to cooking time, just a few minutes (depending on thickness) on each side.

incendiary_dan's avatar

In places where they sometimes get a bitter taste, I’ve heard of soaking them in milk to remove that.

Worked for the deer liver I ate, which was fairly bitter.

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