3 to 4 days
People also ask
How long does leftover fish last?
The secret to leftover fish lasting up to 3 days after being cooked, is the QUALITY OF THE FISH. If the fish was of very high quality, to begin with, before being cooked, (ie: freshly harvested, firm skin, doesn’t have any sort of foul odor or off-gassing of ammonia) then it should last in the fridge for 2-3 days.
How to store cooked fish?
Always make sure to store cooked fish in an air-tight container and ensure that it is vacuum-sealed. Then, you can simply store it in the fridge. The ideal fridge temperature for storing cooked fish is below 40F. If you want to freeze it, you can store it in a heavy-duty freezer bag before putting it in the freezer.
How do you know if cooked fish is bad?
You can easily tell if cooked fish has gone bad using your sense of sight, smell, and taste. The obvious thing you should do first is to check if there are any signs of spoilage. Look out for any discolorations, appearance of molds, etc.
What are the different types of cooked fish?
This applies to all different types of cooked fish such as cod, sole, tuna, tilapia, mahi-mahi, swordfish, catfish, halibut, sea bass, branzino, flounder, snapper, and more! Is it really worth rolling the dice on that day or two old cooked fish?