Fish Taste Chart I had a reader ask for a list of mild tasting fish and their texture. So I thought I would make up a fish tasting chart for other readers to use as a reference. Texture Guide A delicate textured fish will be a smaller flaked meat, the medium texture fish is firm, but tender and the firm textured fish is much like a tender beef steak.
Whichever color the fish is when fresh, it will have a white color when cooked.The flounder is lean and flaky. The taste is mild sweet with a texture that is firm. The fish can be cooked with sauces , wine, and other fluids to prevent it from drying.
Non fishy tasting fish I, like you don't like fishy tasting fish. I have recently tried both Whiting, and Tilapia. Neither one of them are fishy. Actually, the Tilapia is kind of sweet. You may enjoy either one of those. Tuesday, January 31, 2006, 2:16 PM shrimp and scallops.... Tuesday, January 31, 2006, 6:25 PM
If you don't like fish with a strong fishy odor or taste, select milder varieties such as tilapia, halibut, flounder, Arctic char and catfish and stay away from bluefish, salmon and other distinctly flavored species.
I don't know about flounder but I also don't like fishy fish. I'm in love with fresh grouper. We bake it and top it with pesto, we bread it with herb bread crumbs, we have ate more fish this summer since finding this fish than we have in 20 years of marriage. I highly recommend it.
Yellowtail flounder is a lean, flaky fish with a mild sweet taste and firm texture. Being a lean fish, the best way to cook flounder is with wine, sauces and other liquids to help keep them from drying out. Try to avoid sauces or herbs that might overpower the delicate taste of flounder fish.
Flounder is a fish that is not only flavorful, but it has many health properties; It is great for keeping several parts of the body healthy such as the heart, the joints, and the brain. It is also a great food to eat on a regular basis because of its delicious flavor.
Flounder fish is one of the low fatty fishes consumed in the world, particularly the saturated fats. While fats in food contain calories and are important in absorbing vitamins that are fat-soluble, taking too much of fats can put you into dangers of getting a heart disease.
Flounder has a mild flavor and a delicate texture. Yellowtail flounder has a mild sweet taste and a firm texture. Flounder is capable of being cooked by baking, broiling, frying or sautéing it, while raw flounder ranges in color from tan to pink to snow white when cooked.
Preheat oven to 350°. Place fillets in a greased 11x7-in. baking dish. Combine remaining ingredients; pour over fish. Bake, uncovered, 20-25 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Remove to a serving plate with a slotted spatula. Serve immediately.