How to cook bluefish
Bluefish isn’t my favorite fish – by a long shot – but with the right fish recipes… Lots of folks, however, really enjoy the unique taste of bluefish. If bluefish isn’t handled quickly and correctly after being landed, the meat can be bloody and have a strong taste. So, if you’re wondering how to cook bluefish, follow this simple recipe. If you find that you like bluefish, you can try more complicated bluefish recipes later.
Holle’s Easy Baked Bluefish recipe
What you’ll need:
- Bluefish fillets, with skin removed
- Lime juice
- Chopped parsley
- Black pepper
- Lowry’s garlic salt
Directions: As soon as you catch a bluefish that you’re going to eat, make a cut above the tail and wait a couple of minutes before filleting. This will allow the fish to bleed. Next, we cut off the head, even if we’re going to fillet the blue.
Fillet the fish quickly, removing the dark line of flesh. Get the fish on ice as soon as possible.
Rinse fillets and pat dry. Place in a lightly greased pan.
Drizzle with plenty of lime juice and sprinkle with parsley, black pepper, and garlic salt.
Spread a layer of mayonnaise on top of each fillet.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.