the answer is not to neutralize the odor - fresh fish should not have any fishy odor. The reason should be for flavor!
Decomposing fish is what causes an odor. Muscle in fish contains a chemical substance called trimethylamine oxide (TMAO) that breaks down when fish decomposes creating aromatic amines called trimethylamine and dimethylamine. The amines create a "fishy" smell.
...and by the way Tango loves smelly sardines!
maybe put some lemon juice on the fish,the foxes will not like the smell or taste of the lemon juice:)
Anything acidic like lemon juice does "cook" any fish or seafood. That's why you shouldn't marinade fish, I've heard.
lemon juice naturally contains citric acid which neutralizes the amines in fish by converting them into non-volatile ammonium salts
Lemon or orange juice.
Citric acid removes the fish oil.
The custom of serving a slice of lemon with fish dates back to the Middle Ages. It was believed that if a person accidentally swallowed a fish bone, the lemon juice would dissolve it
Acids such as lemon juice, lime juice and vinegar can certainly be used to 'cook' or more accurately pickle the fish. Seviche is a very popular dish that is prepared in this way.
cevicheThere is also a term, Kelaguen, which is based on the "cooking" property of lemon juice, whereby raw fish or shrimp is "cooked" by the acidity of the lemon.
Lemon juice is usually used for making mocktails n juices of course and also for mariating meat and fish for the flavours of the masalas to soak in entirely.
pan-frying of fish, finished with butter noisette,chopped parsley and lemon juice .
This is referred to as Ceviche.
Of course you CAN. Whether or not you should is a different matter entirely.
All fish dishes with lemon juice are good for your health - as long as there are not heaps of other unhealthy ingredients (batter, fat) added. A common process for making raw fish involves cutting the fish into pieces and marinating them in lemon juice.The acid 'cooks' the fish and will turn it from translucent to white. You can then add coconut cream and coriander; or chopped tomato, avocado and onion for a Mexican twist - fresh and delicious.
Marinate is a verb that means to put meat or fish in a sauce for a period of time to add flavor or to make the meat or fish more tender
The lemon's smell is heavier than fish so that's why. UNDERSTAND YOU *****
Lemon juice is good in tea. Good for a colds, especially runny noses,because of high Vitamin C content. Honey and lemon juice makes a good cough syrup. Cooking wise, adds flavour to many dishes and tones down extreme flavour in onions. Lemon juice is known to add silkiness and shine, and blond streaks when applied to hair the Summertime. Lemon juice is also a good substitute for vinegar when making salad dressing. A little lemon juice add some zest to buttered peas. Squirted on banana, apple, or potato slices, lemon juice prevents the browning of fruits and vegetables. Lemon Juice is a delightful addition to any fish dish, and is also used in sauce for chicken.
YES add a little butter and lemon juice before wrapping
Mix lemon juice with a little salt and add this to the curry.
yes clean first
Trout, Walleye, and Perch. Any type of fish that swims in freshwater lakes, rivers and does not live in the ocean. These fish taste great when sauteed with lemon juice.
Ingredients1 (4 lb.) rainbow trout1 md Onion2 Tomatoes1 ts Lemon juiceSalt and pepper; to taste Fill cavity of fish with chopped onion and tomatoes. Sprinkle lemon juice over fish, along with salt and pepper. Wrap fish in foil. Barbecue fish approximately 10 minutes on each side....
A substitute for lemon pepper would be a teaspoon of lemon juice and any pepper. A person can mix this together before putting on the food. Lemon pepper is popular for fish and other sea food and also goes well with chicken or pork.
No, that is the proper method for marinating fish. You need to keep fresh fish refrigerated until you are ready to cook it.