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How do you cook fish so it turns black?
To blacken fish, start by seasoning it with salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, basil, and oregano. Then, heat some olive oil in a stainless-steel pan over medium heat. Next, add the fish and cook it for 5-6 minutes over medium-high heat, flipping it over halfway through.
What is blackened fish?
Blackened fish is fish prepared by the cooking method of blackening. To blacken the meat is seasoned and then cooked quickly in a very hot skillet with butter. The fish develops a black crust from the seasoning and milk solids from the butter.
Is olive oil or butter better for blackening fish?
However, if you have allergies, are watching your cholesterol, or prefer healthier fats, then using olive oil is a fine choice and tasted very similar to butter. Which do you prefer? Olive oil or butter? Have any questions about blackening fish? Let us know in the comments below!
How thick should fish fillets be to blacken?
To properly blacken fish, the fillets need to be thin enough to cook quickly without burning. Cut your meat so that the fillets are no larger than 4 by 6 in (10 by 15 cm). They should not be thicker than 1鈦?2 in (1.3 cm). For thicker cuts of fish, slice it laterally to make 2 thinner slices.