Barramundi Fresh Skin On


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Wild Caught Aussie Barramundi is hands down one of the best eating fish on the planet … BUT, When the fillet is left skin on and the fillet is cooked skin down 2/3 through, the result is Crispy Skin Wild Barra … Enjoy Natures BEST at Aussie Seafood Houses … Capalaba West, Durack and Strathpine  stores Open 7 days a Week …Wild Caught Specialists ….. 

Cooking Tips

• The general rule is 10 minutes per 2.5 cm (inch) of thickness, at the thickest part of the fillet or steak. •If the fish is cooked in parchment, foil or a sauce, add 5 minutes to the total cooking time.
• Fillets less than 1.5 cm thick do not need to be turned during cooking.
• Fish cooks quickly. Do not overcook. Even when removed from heat, the fish will continue to cook.
• Fish is done when the flesh becomes opaque and flakes easily when tested with a fork.
• Poaching, steaming, baking, sautéing, microwaving are excellent low-fat cooking methods, if you do not add high fat ingredients.
• Marinate in your favourite dressing prior to cooking.
• BBQ. bake, steam or microwave, then cube and add to pasta or salad greens for a delicious salad.
• Grill or BBQ with lime-butter and seasoned salt.
• Oil the pan or grill to prevent fish from sticking.
• Add leftover fish in broken pieces to salads, soups or sauces.