Life can be complicated, especially during these times. Meals can be simple with seafood.
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Need a quick recipe? Many fish dishes can be made in 15 minutes or less. Plus, if you didn’t plan ahead, seafood can be cooked from frozen! Check out the six easiest ways to cook fish at home.
Good rule of thumb: Try the 10-minute rule, which says you should measure the fish at its thickest point, and cook it on medium-high (think 375) for 10 minutes per inch, turning halfway through the cooking time. That means a thin fish like sole or perch cooks in about 4-5 minutes while a thicker salmon or tuna steak might be closer to 15 or more minutes. The best way to tell if your fish is done is by testing it with a fork at an angle, at the thickest point, and twist gently. The fish will flake easily when it’s done and it will lose its translucent or raw appearance.
Want a cheat sheet for seafood prep? Here is a printable Ultimate Guide to Cooking Seafood.