Do you like your fish grilled, boiled, fried, or steamed?

@djoyce71 (2512)
Philippines
October 14, 2008 7:58am CST
Fishes are rich in protein and our body needs them. Regular consumption of fish can reduce the risk of various diseases and disorders like my asthma. We should eat more fish because aside from the fact that it is high in protein, it is also low in fat and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. We are used to eating fish for our meals at home. I like grilling tuna, or tilapia. Deep sea fishes are great when fried and dipped in sweet and sour sauce. Milkfish is the most versatile of all fishes for me because it is ever great whether you grill, boil, fry or steam. How would you like your fish for a meal?
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54 responses
• United States
15 Oct 08
HI Joyce: I had fresh fried Catfish yesterday, with home made cornbread and fried potoatoes with it..LOL! It was soooo good too! We eat a lot of Catfish since we have a lake on our farm and several other small ponds. Catching them is easy, its the cleaning part that's a real chore for us anymore but they are sure worth it when you fry them up; LOVE THEM! I could eat fish every day and chicken too! My Favs!
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@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
15 Oct 08
That's what I want to do again. Go fishing. It's a great feeling to catch fish and after that you grill or steam them.
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• United States
20 Oct 08
HI Joyce: Thank you for flaggin me for a best response too! stupid me hadn't even noticed DUH! I've always got a thousand and one things on my mind..LOL! I want to go fishing one more time myself but silly cool air keeps coming here in Missouri and this old "puss" of a body can't do that It has to be warmer for me to fish; thanks again {{much appreciated}}
@Chevee (5915)
• United States
15 Oct 08
Fried, that is the only way I like my fish. If you could give me some of your fish recipes I would like to try them out.
@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
15 Oct 08
Glad you responded maam. There are a lot of fish recipes here in our country Maam Chevee. If you can visit Aquatic Filipino Recipes.com. You might want to try them.
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• United States
14 Oct 08
I could eat fish grilled, broiled, fried, steamed mmmm anyway. I love grilled swordfish, or broiled tilapia, fried cod, seared catfish... I love seafood!
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@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
14 Oct 08
I agree, seafoods are great!
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@mojcica (1512)
• Slovenia
14 Oct 08
I love fish...prepare them anyway and I'll eat it...just dont cook it in the soup The best way to prepare fish (salmon) is in oragne juice. You grill it, then you make sauce with grlic, chilly and fresh orange juice, put grilled salmon in, let it for a few minutes and thats it...make some mash potatos with it and...mmmmmmmmmmm...Im hungry hehehe
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@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
14 Oct 08
I'll try grilling salmon with this kind of sauce. I think it's great tasting with mashed potatoes. I'm hungry, too.
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@caskins (689)
• United States
14 Oct 08
hello my fellow myLotter, i like my fish fried. that's the only way i can eat it. happy posting!
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@djoyce71 (2512)
• Philippines
14 Oct 08
Fried, crunchy fish is great, I agree.
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• China
16 Oct 08
when the fish is been fried, the protein may be damaged , but the fish will become really delicious ^^,i like that
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• United States
15 Oct 08
I like grilled fish when I do it on the grill. I've never had boiled fish, at least I don't think I have. Steamed fish? I guess I'm out of the loop. I'm an American so we get our fish, grilled or fried. I'd rather have fried shrimp or fried catfish.
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15 Oct 08
I have always liked fish, I love salmon, smoked salmon, haddock, cod,plaice,hake,sea bass,lemon & dover sole etc. I have tried monk fish which is very meaty, and I like grupa and red snapper - although you don't see many of those in the supermarkets! I love to oven bake in tin foil with lemon and herbs and spices (just a little), I also love to steam fish it keeps it so juicy! I haven't had fish fried too many times, I think as fish is so good for you, by frying it makes it unhealthier for me, so would rather stick to the above. I may try something deep fried in the future and maybe I could find some milkfish - I am open to new things.
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• United States
15 Oct 08
I like my fish fried with tons of batter and that about the only way I can eat it because I am not a big fish fan. I wish I like fish better because it is good for you but I just can not get past the taste.
@myhllim (272)
• Malaysia
15 Oct 08
I like fried fish. That is the most delicious one, especially with some Thai Chili sauce! However, I don't take that frequently as it is not so good for health if compared with steamed fish. I usually put some garlic, ginger and salt to steam a fish. The taste is just OK but I believe it contains the high nutrien compared to the rest.
@lynnbear (46)
• United States
14 Oct 08
I love it in anyway. I am trying to avoid it fried, it is just so good and tasty but other than that, grilling it, barbecuing it, steaming it, boiling it, as long as it is cooked all the way, I'll eat it. If I can eat fish all the time without getting tired from it, I'll eat it everyday.
@cpersam (42)
• United States
14 Oct 08
We eat ours grilled, pan seared, or smoked. We usually eat Tilapia, Tuna and Salmon.
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@redkathy (3375)
• United States
14 Oct 08
I love fish and it is so good for us. I make a pan fried Talapia that my husband just loves, and he's not a big fish eater. I rub the fillets with hot sauce, then coat with a flour/cornmeal mixture seasoned with the essence of Emeril, Adobo, and salt. Then I pan fry in olive oil.
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@austere (2816)
• Philippines
14 Oct 08
i like grilled fish!! i like grilled fish with a lot of spices in the tummy and it's seasoned to taste.. i love dipping grilled fish into a salty, sour, spicy dip.. the fish must be very fresh too.. yummmy! then rice and plenty of rice for my fresh grilled fish... yum yum.. thinking about it makes me very hungry now..yum yum...
@iskayz (5422)
• Philippines
14 Oct 08
tilapia - smoked tilapia
Hi there! I love eating fish! In my hometown I always eat fish once a day. That's either lunch or dinner time. My favorite is Tilapia and Galunggong. I like the former smoked and the latter fried. Both taste delicious and good for the health. Ciao!
@yenwie84 (1345)
• Malaysia
14 Oct 08
I like to eat steamed fish but occasionally I would prefer grilled fish. Whenever I have a western meal with friends or boyfriend,I will always order grilled fish because fish is less oily and less fattening compared to meat. But I always prefer steamed fish because I can taste the natural taste of the fish itself. Lol. Especially my home cook's steamed fish. Yummy yummy!
• China
14 Oct 08
i like my fish grilled. i think that can remove the fishy odor of it and makes it tasts better. the other reason is that i like eating crunch food, the grilled fish would be a little burnt and just like that.
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@sumiirajj (1983)
• India
14 Oct 08
Hi friend,We all love to eat fish ,as you said fish is very good for our health.We like only fried fish .We marinate fish pieces in ground spicy paste and deep fry it in oil.We eat fish for lunch and breakfast.We have a fish farm in our village .We go there once in a while ,catch fish ,immediately clean and marinate in the masala.We enjoy sitting near the river fry it in open and eat by the river side.Anyone when they start eating fish its difficult to give up.thanks for sharing.happy mylotting.
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@CJay77 (4441)
• Australia
14 Oct 08
I like all of them grilled, fried and steamed or have it in soup! I like tilapia fried or steamed! I like milk fish grilled or sinigang (sour soup). We are having fish for dinner and will just deep fry them and eat it with vegetables and rice. Thanks!
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@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
14 Oct 08
I love eating deep-fried fish; yet I don't cook this at home, so we only eat this at restaurants. At home, we would either bake or steam fish, with either ginger paste, curry, oyster or bbq sauce.