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    Zurie
    Wed Jan 02, 2008 8:48 am
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    Fresh white ocean or freshwater fish really doesn't have a fishy taste or smell ... but never you worry, my own son had to reach the ripe old age of 33, I think, before he started ordering fish in restaurants (I mean, actually EATING it and liking it!) As a child and teen, I could FORGET about trying to get him to eat fish of any kind.

    I have a recipe posted which is actually more about the Thai-style sauce. It's very nice with fish, which does not have to be steamed like in the recipe, just fried simply in a pan. It's VERY low-calorie.

    Baked Thai Style Fish
    SEvans
    Wed Jan 02, 2008 3:02 pm
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    tilapia and mahi mahi are the best fishless fish tasting kinds - they become what ever you cook them with - ie - sauces or seasonings.
    yogiclarebear
    Sat Jan 19, 2008 12:05 am
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    i was not a fish fan for a long time, but got started on tilapia. then it was on to salmon and now CRAB is my favorite. i hate the fishy taste too, but i love the following recipes.

    spice it and blacken it!

    Blackened Tilapia
    Spiced Tilapia With Mango Black Bean Salsa

    taco it!

    Soft Fish Tacos

    chowder it...mmmmm

    Crab and Cauliflower Chowder
    Slow Cooker Salmon Chowder

    and a few others i like...

    Veggie Topped Tilapia
    Garlicky Crab With Pasta
    Very Healthy Salmon Cakes/Patties

    clare
    John DOH
    Sat Jan 19, 2008 12:56 am
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    Oh Clare, blackened is such a natural but your chowders are making me drool!

    When are you going to try grilling fresh tuna or swordfish or Mahi-Mahi, at super high heat for about 45 seconds a side? Will be hard to differentiate from Filet Mignon!

    All the Best

    John
    yogiclarebear
    Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:01 am
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    John DOH wrote:
    Oh Clare, blackened is such a natural but your chowders are making me drool!

    When are you going to try grilling fresh tuna or swordfish or Mahi-Mahi, at super high heat for about 45 seconds a side? Will be hard to differentiate from Filet Mignon!

    All the Best

    John


    lol john! grilling, yes, when it isn't negative 14 degrees out.
    now that you mention it, i have had swordfish and remember liking it!

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    John DOH
    Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:21 am
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    "Grilling" is much the same as "broiling" in the oven, given you pre-heat the oven....

    Or, using tuna or Mahi-Mahi steaks, a cast iron pan will get it done...

    John
    shane #4
    Thu May 08, 2008 4:58 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I am in the same boat with my wife. I could eat fish daily but she hates it. Last summer I found something she likes though. Fresh caught shark steak marinated in moores. Stripe in moores is a close second. After trying the shark steak on the grill, she wants to shark fish every weekend. She says it taste like beef steak but with different texture.
    Chef #848724
    Wed May 28, 2008 6:45 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    hi
    try one of the fish recipes from my websites and maybe you will like enjoy fish.the recipes are easy and the ingredients cna be bought online as well.
    www.freewebs.com/creolecuisine
    FishingDoc
    Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:02 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I'm curious, have you tried Swordfish? The flavor and aroma are very subtle and the texture can be likened to a pork chop. Grilling is usually the way to go with Swordfish.
    Mistress of Tea
    Thu Jun 05, 2008 3:59 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    No, I have never tried swordfish...

    Though as an update I convinced him to eat grilled mahi mahi the other night icon_biggrin.gif He said it was "better than he had thought it would be" Lol!! And the weird thing is he loves crab, shrimp and lobster... just not fish icon_razz.gif
    Zeldaz
    Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:17 pm
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    Check out some fish taco recipes!
    Chef #1356522
    Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:45 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I really Really hate the taste of fish.. It's like sucking on double A batteries.

    So I am curious about Mahi. I can handle Halibit (breaded Filets - live in the desert so we don't get fresh Halibit here), Tuna (Albacore - Canned).

    Will not touch Talipia (because I know they sell the fish used in waste reclamation (I know its 3rd or 4th stage, but comeon.. It's just nasty).

    I tried some frozen Halibut from TJ's, (Major Yuppie Food Retailer) but it still had the faint tatse of Fish. A pint of Gin and some horseraddish would cover it, but can anyone tell me if Mahi actually doesn't have that nasty fish taste?

    I've also heard that soaking the fish in whole milk like a marinade will remove that flavor..

    Any Thoughts?
    Zeldaz
    Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:38 pm
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    Ocean fish that is fresh will just have a briny taste and scent. Smell it before buying, it will smell old and "fishy"if it isn't fresh. If shrimp smells like ammonia it is decomposing. Get seafood fresh and don't overcook it. If you can't get fresh seafood, go for something like trout or another freshwater fish that is native to, or farmed in, your area.
    I must say, I just don't understand why someone who hates fish would want to "disguise" its taste and eat it. It's like forcing a vegetarian to eat meat disquised as a vegetable. icon_confused.gif If it's for omega-3s, you can get that in capsule form. I can understand trying to acquire a taste for it, to re-train the palate, but if you hate it so much, why do it? I detest liver and would never disguise it just so I could learn to like it.
    'Splain to me, Lucy! icon_eek.gif
    Chef #1356522
    Tue Aug 18, 2009 11:14 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Just cause you don't like the taste doesn't mean it's not good for you:-)

    I may hate the tatse, but I'm trying to incorporate it into a balanced diet (fewer fishy tasting pills required), and well variety is always better than processed canned Albacor
    Zeldaz
    Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:46 am
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    To me it just seems like pouring hot fudge sauce on liver, I still would not eat it. But I do wish you success and a re-trained palate! icon_smile.gif
    The only kind of fish/seafood I've ever had that was distasteful to me was shark, and that was because it had the texture of a sponge.
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