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What is your favourite fish to eat?

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Yellowtailed kingfish (1)      Snapper (1)      Flathead (1)      Steak (1)      Whole (1)      Filleted (1)     


Yellowtailed kingfish make great steaks


I go fishing quite a lot and I often get asked, "What is my favourite fish to eat". If it comes to having them in steaks it would be the yellowtailed kingfish.

If it is whole it would be snapper, and filleted it would be flathead.

#Yellowtailed kingfish
#Snapper
#Flathead
#Steak
#Whole
#Filleted
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I prefer shellfish overall, and my favourite shel fish are prawns. Not including shellfish, I like tinned tuna (not steaks) and steamed seabass.
I love all types of shellfish. Mussels, oysters, crabs, lobsters. Judt the thought makes me hungry
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I don't really have a favourite though the one I buy most often would be schnapper.
by Finy
I don't eat fish
Filleted flathead dusted in a salt and pepper mix is very tasty
Salmon.
What about King George whiting. They are so sweet and they don't take much to cook.
King George whiting fillets shallow fried in olive oil and dusted with a seafood powder. Yum.
Maybe you would like leatherjackets as a fish meal. Our kids were brought up on them when eating fish. There ste not many bones in them.
Love fresh Tailor!
Next is Schnapper, then local Bay mullet, or Deep Sea Mullet. Bream is good. Parrot fish.
Of course, if can get Wild Barramundi, that'd be great!

Don't like Mackerel or Flathead.
Smoked salmon, but I only get to eat this, for breakfast very morning, on cruise ships. At home we share a Salmon cutlet once a week, & also have a tin tuna meal.Last night I made, Thai Tuna Curry. (Recipe on line)
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