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How do you cook seasoned filefish?

Asked: Patrick TheOak, Last Updated:

Directions

  1. Prepare about 2 cups of seasoned filefish. ...
  2. Rinse the fish in cold water once and drain the water. ...
  3. I like to add some ground onion to the sauce, so grind the onion until you get 1 Tbsp of ground onion.
  4. In a heated pan, fry the fish for about 5 minutes on medium-high until it gets lightly golden brown.

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