Basa fish is slightly sweet and mild in flavor. When cooked, it is moist and white in color with a delicate texture. Basa fillets contain no bones and make a pleasant light meal. More »

Amberjack fish has a very mild taste and requires little seasoning when it is prepared. Amberjack fish is comparable to swordfish but is often thicker, more succulent and juicier. Most commonly, it is either grilled, bro... More »

The fish corvina has a sweet, mild taste with large, firm flaked flesh. The flesh is a pinkish color when raw and turns white when cooked. More »

One recipe for basa fish fillets involves seasoning them with coriander, turmeric and pepper; pan frying the fish fillets; and adding them to a curry sauce prepared with tikka masala sauce, coconut milk, lemon zest and l... More »

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Applying a brine to salmon before smoking it removes moisture, improves flavor and preserves the fish against spoilage, according to Smoker Cooking. It's necessary to remove moisture from the fish to smoke it properly. More »

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Basa fish are a type of catfish that come from Vietnam. It is considered a dangerous fish since it comes from a place where antibiotics are not used. More »

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Braising is a popular cooking method used in Vietnam for basa fish. You can cook the fish in a pot or using a traditional clay pot. The basa is slowly braised with fish sauce, vegetables, coconut juice or milk, and seaso... More »

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