Fish can be fried at a different temperature depending on what is being made, but most recipes call for fish to fry at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. When cooking the fish, it is important to monitor the temperature so that it ... More »

Some popular ways to deep fry fish are pan frying or by using a deep-fat fryer. To pan fry a fish, begin by coating the fillet with a mixture of egg and cornmeal or bread crumbs. More »

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For the high heat involved in deep frying fish, the best oil is one with a high smoke point, such as peanut oil, canola oil, sunflower oil and safflower oil. The smoke point is the temperature at which a fat starts break... More »

To make smoked salmon, cover salmon fillets with sugar, salt and peppercorns for 12 hours, rinse the sugar and salt mixture off the fillets, and smoke the fish at 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The fish can be served after reac... More »

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To bake cod fish in the oven, coat it with a crunchy ingredient, cover it with parchment paper, glaze it or cook along with vegetables, and bake in a preheated oven at 400 to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Add herbs, pepper, sa... More »

Baking cod fillets requires the fish to be cleaned, seasoned, and baked at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for a short period of time. Avoid overcooking the fillets, as cod becomes very tough when dried out. More »

Pan-fried cod with slaw, fish fry and crispy oven-fried cod are some recipes that are easy to make in large proportions for large numbers of people. When pan-frying large quantities of fish, the oil in the pan may need t... More »

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