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The soup was in the making on slow and low, so that's an open opportunity to do something.
Get your stuff together. Bring the fish to room temperature for a couple minutes. That will allow a more even cooking
Put an oven rack on top of the pot
A lot of aromatics in there. Yummy.
Season your fish. Drizzle olive oil on there if you want.
Put the fish on top of the rack. If you are making fish soup don't use the paper. So the juices get in there.
Put a bowl up side down
Slice your lemon and then do little boats
Slice some lemon pieces
Not a lot left to do
Your fish shouldn't take more than 6-8 minutes. Also depends on the thickness of it.
Lift up the bowl gently. Don't burn yourself
Looks like its done. Stick a knife in the thickest part. If it goes in and come out easily, the fish is cooked.
Remove it from the paper or not
Throw in some capers
Cut the lemon pieces in smaller pieces
Let it fall over
Some broccoli rabe or chives or parsley. Anything you like. Boiled potatoes...
Drizzle some liquid gold
Ooh la la. So healthy.
Eat it all
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What kind of fish did you use? I'm super picky as I'm not too fond of strong fish flavour. I do love a beautiful wild Salmon and I do love flounder. Very very mild in terms of its "fishy" flavour. You have fantastic taste in the foods you cook! It's a true joy learning from you!
I can't wait to try this. Thx 4sharing
Looks so delicious!!
What a lovely idea! Thank you for another useful guide.
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