How do you master cook fish?

Chef's answer
Master the Art of Fish Cooking
  • Grilling: Requires high and quick heat and is best for a whole fish with skin. ...
  • Pan Searing: Ideal for a fillet, skin on or off. ...
  • Poaching: Submerge fish fillets completely in simmering water or stock
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