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What can you do to prevent a piece of fish from breaking apart during cooking?

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A coating of bread crumbs, cornmeal or flour helps to keep the fish intact during pan-frying or broiling. Simply dredge fish fillets or steaks in flour or cornmeal and fry them in a pan with at least 2 tablespoons of oil. To bread fish, dip the pieces first in flour, then in a bowl with 1 or 2 slightly beaten eggs.

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