Three different ways of cooking your tilapia on the grill. The final chapter in the life cycle of a Tilapia….This is why most people grow them….it’s great!!
Mineral Springs Tilapia
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Did you purge all of those? I think the fried looks like my favorite although the baked in foil looks very good. I think I try that tonight. Did you just dredge the fried version in egg and flour?
Were these fillets frozen or fresh? I'm just curious how that may affect the flavor. As with most meats, I'm assuming fresh is better than frozen. Being in Houston, I've gotten spoiled by all the places that have fresh seafood flown in daily. But I won't have time to fresh fillet my fish all the time, so I'll probably be doing large butchers every few months and stocking the freezer.
I'll tell you what I noticed, Greg. I've only filleted 2 of my fish so far. The first one, I refrigerated and ate the next day, and I didn't really care for it. It was a little too moist, so with the second one, I patted the fillets dry with a paper towel, put them into a freezer bag and froze for about a week. I liked the second set a whole lot better. It was dryer and much more flaky. Now, I don't know if it was the freezing process, patting them dry, or a combination of both, but I will get down to the specifics eventually.
Very interesting, thanks for sharing.
How dare you not make enough for all of us.. Love your videos I really want to start something up like this myself not really sure if I could make money at it though.
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I moved to the Philippines and eat a lot of tilapia, we cook it whole deep fried, my GF make a nice sweet and sour