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How to Cook Trevally

by
author image Kay Miranda
In 2001, Kay Miranda had her second screenplay purchased, then started writing a weekly column in "The Messenger," with work appearing in "Xquisite" and "Valley Scene Magazine." Miranda earned a Bachelor of Arts in bio-psychology from the University of Colorado. Fortunate to play collegiate tennis, Miranda has extensive travel and coaching experience.
How to Cook Trevally
A pan grilled trevally sits on a plate. Photo Credit MK2014/iStock/Getty Images

Trevally is a sport fish in tropical and subtropical waters oceans such as Australia and Hawaii. In Hawaii, trevally is known as ulua. This strong fish that works fisherman for hours on end is best eaten fresh, though it can be frozen for up to three months before cooking. Buy fish with bright eyes that is firm without a harsh fishy aroma. Store fresh fish in the refrigerator for up to three days.

Pan Fry

Step 1

Heat a pan on your stove to medium heat.

Step 2

Drizzle olive oil in the pan to coat the surface.

Step 3

Season the trevally with pepper, paprika or any other seafood seasoning you desire.

Step 4

Place your seasoned trevally in the center of the pan. Cook it for two to three minutes or until the fish is halfway cooked.

Step 5

Flip your trevally, and cook it for another two to three minutes until the fish is cooked completely through.

Grill

Step 1

Heat a grill to medium heat, approximately 350 to 400 degrees F.

Step 2

Rub olive oil on the grill with a clean towel, greasing the cooking area.

Step 3

Season your trevally with salt, pepper, paprika and any other seasoning your desire.

Step 4

Place your fish on the grill, letting it cook for two to three minutes. The bottom of the fish will turn white as it cooks.

Step 5

Flip your trevally when it is halfway cooked. Allow it to finish for another two to three minutes or until white all the way through.

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