In Response to Re: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE FISH? HOW DO YOU PREPARE IT?:
Tuna first choice in preparation is raw second is seared but served rare. I remember a favorite from my childhood. My Grandma would get Finnan Haddie, that was a smoked cod. She would put the pieces in a pan and pour a thin white sauce over the fish. Toss in the oven until the fish flakes. The sauce picks up the smoky flavor from the fish and the salty smoky flavor of the fish mellows because of the white sauce. I think this was my favorite fish she did for us. Friday was always either fish that was real fish or fish sticks (still have no idea where on a fish the "sticks" are!) Mac-N-Cheese or pancakes. Swordfish was another my Grandma did well, not often so it was great when we had it.
Posted by nikki p
My brother in law being Japanese and his family living right across the street from us I had the opportunity to eat a lot of raw yellow fin tuna.His mom always served it with hot white rice ( Japanese rice ) always made daily.The tuna was served with hot mustard made with mustard powder and soy sauce.Some fish is better raw or on the rare side side.Salmon in my opinion is better served a little rare.Raw oysters also in my opinion are better than cooked.I'm not eating too much raw anymore due to safety reasons,nothing wrong with the fish just me.Our family reunion is coming up and one of my nieces is making sushi with broiled eel my favorite type along with California roll.Yummy can't wait.