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Why does my fish curl up when I fry it?

Asked: Fabio Polani, Last Updated:

Cooking/frying/poaching….. whatever method used will produce a 'curled' piece of fish with the skin on if the heat is too high. The skin cooks at a different rate than the flesh.

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