|Biochemistry of Foods, Second Edition|
|by N.A. Michael Eskin|
Since the first edition of Biochemistry of Foods was published there have been a number of introductory texts in Food Chemistry/Biochemistry.
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Scale, clean fish leaving fins on ... when cooked. If fins are cut off when pressing fish, small bones will be left inside fish making difficult to eat.
Wash fish and roll in cornmeal. Place on large ... butter. Cook on high heat. Keep adding butter until done (6 to 7 minutes). Sprinkle with lemon juice.
Preheat oven to ... 15 minutes. Wash fish. Place in ... mixture over all. Season to taste. Bake uncovered 20-25 minutes. Serve over cooked rice. Serves 4-6.
Rinse fillets in ... after 3 or 4 minutes. Turn carefully, brush with Italian dressing and broil until done (fish will flake easily with a fork when done).
Crisp bacon, remove ... carrots, bacon and fish fillets, cut into ... minutes or until potatoes and carrots are tender. Add milk and butter. Heat and serve.
Put potatoes and onions in kettle. Cover with water. Add fish and salt. Boil 15 minutes, then add celery soup, pepper and butter.
Wash fish. Beat egg ... garlic and lemon pepper then shake well. Dip fish in egg mixture and drop in ziplock bag and shake to coat well. Deep fry and serve.
Marinate fish in Italian dressing, ... with barbecue sauce. Cook until done on one side, turn carefully and cook until flaky. Remove from grill and serve.
Arrange fish fillets in bottom ... and crumbs until used up. Pour sauce overall. Add crumbs and cheese mixed on top. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Pat fillets dry; dip in melted butter, then place in "shaker" bags with taco spice and pepper mixture. Fry in butter in skillet or drizzle butter ...
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