How do I cook red fish?

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Red fish can be cooked by baking it in 350 degrees Fahrenheit. You can marinade it with a lemon butter sauce or any sauce of your liking, to add that extra favor. Just make sure the baking pan is sprayed with some Pam to keep the fish from sticking. Check out this site on how to prepare lemon butter sauce for your red fish: www.cdkitchen.com
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How to Cook Redfish
Redfish, also known as red drum, is a firm, white-fleshed fish similar in texture and mild flavor to cod, haddock, pollock and striped bass. The sturdy fillets take to a variety of cooking methods, some of which aren't recommended for thinner varieties... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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Red fish has a wonderful melt in your mouth flavor. Just don't overcook it! Here are some recipes that should give you a good idea of how to prepare this fish: For more information look here: Baked Redfish www.cooks.com; Blackened Redfish www.cooks.com
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