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How to Cook Sailfish

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How to Cook Sailfish
A sailfish swimming. Photo Credit FtLaudGirl/iStock/Getty Images

The secret behind a sumptuous sailfish dinner is in the method of cooking. When cooked in the right way, the delicacy can be delicious. It contains proteins, vitamins A and B as well as other nutrients. Sailfish can either be fried or baked. Either way, the end result is a meal that is both delicious and unforgettable.

Fried Sailfish

Step 1

Shred the sailfish fillets and soak them in cold milk for 30 minutes.

Step 2

Extract the juice from the lemon using a juice extractor.

Step 3

Heat the butter in a frying pan and add the chopped red onion, lemon juice, pepper and crushed garlic. Stir constantly and let them cook until the onions are light brown.

Step 4

Add the shredded sailfish fillets and cook them for 6 minutes or until the meat is soft and tender. You can taste the fillets to check whether the meat is soft and tender.

Step 5

Remove the pan from the stove and empty the contents into a plate. Sprinkle lemon juice on the sailfish.

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Step 6

Serve the sailfish with rice or pasta.

Baked Sailfish

Step 1

Season the sailfish fillets thoroughly with pepper and salt.

Step 2

Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 3

Place the sailfish fillets in a baking dish and brush them with olive oil.

Step 4

Sprinkle the scallions over the fillets and put them into the oven. Bake for 15 to 25 minutes.

Step 5

Test the fillets for doneness and remove them from the oven and place them on a tray. Garnish with lime wedges, parsley and tomatoes.

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