Our Top Tips for Cooking Whole Fish-Sydney Seafood School
It can be intimidating to think about cooking and eating whole fish – bones, heads, and scales, not to mention the sheer size of the main ingredient, can all pose a challenge for the uninitiated! But we’re here to show you that cooking whole fish doesn’t have to be complicated or scary… and the results are well worth it.
Whether it’s a large fish served on a platter as an impressive centrepiece, or plate-sized fish served individually, whole fish looks and tastes gorgeous. Many also believe that fish cooked on the bone has the best flavour, and as an added bonus, whole fish are great value as you aren’t paying for them to be filleted!
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