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We clean the fish well of scales;

We open the fish from the side and take out everything that is not good;

Rinse the fish well, cut in half;

We cut off the head;

We cut each piece of fish into slices;

Season with salt and pepper; Let marinate for about 15 minutes;

In a pot, put water on medium heat until it boils;

Add salt, and slowly, slowly, until it thickens;

Remove to a plate and leave to cool;

We give the fish by mixing corn with flour, and fry it in hot oil on both sides;

Peel the garlic, grate it, season with salt to taste, pour water and serve with fish and polenta.

What else to eat for dinner: fried salmon with polenta

When you don't know what to cook for dinner quickly, salmon is a good option.

Grease a stove grill / frying pan with oil, sprinkle a little salt on a few salmon fillets, maybe pepper, but not necessarily.

Fry over medium heat on both sides until you notice that the flesh changes color and breaks easily.

Make a mujdei and a polenta and dinner is ready.

Now remove the smell of fish from the house.


That's why I made the lord of my heart buy a barbecue, after an episode in which I washed all the curtains in the house because he missed the mackerel.

bravo big coana, and the grill doesn't smoke?

and when you think that the problem was as if solved with two or three newspapers & # 8230

Vote for something like that! Fried fish with lemon, polenta and mujdei? Dap. Anytime!
I started squeezing lemon over any newer frying. In combination with mujdei, it's even cooler. It's a very interesting taste!

I have a hood and I have no problems with the smell. Ok, there is a little smell left, but if I let the hood go for 30 minutes after that, it disappears completely. Now, I don't know what kitchen you have, if it's open space, the problem is probably harder to solve.

I make it in the oven. I rub it with a little oil and spices (some mix of Mediterranean herbs) and turn it over when I see that it is browning. I didn't notice any difference between frying and baking. This is to solve the problem with the smell.

And I prefer to bake it. I may be more inexperienced, but when fried it risks being left undone in the middle and almost burned on the surface, while in the oven I can leave it as long as I want (covered).

Deedee, less fire in the future. Many dishes come out tastier on low heat, you are in no hurry to put on high heat.

Funny, I just produced the act. For those # săraki, who don't have money for fresh salmon, the best price / quality ratio is the frozen one from Lidl (Wild salmon). My son has this thing for at least 1 day / week at school. Suggestion: green pods, possibly from Edenia, cooked to be slightly crispy, drained, put olive oil + salt + garlic powder. It goes razor sharp.

For the smell / annoyance, I also go to the oven, as if it stinks less.

In the end, it's important that everyone cooks what and how they want, but I realize that sleep has such good and soft meat that it's a shame to be overcooked, being one of the top choices for Sushi or tartar. I had already read that Cetinians like well-fried meat, but pork and chicken are super-fried, fish (especially catfish and tuna), beef and duck have a texture and taste that are not worth covering with caramelized meat.

You may be right, but a pregnant woman would probably not risk eating something that is not well cooked, and I generally do not eat if I do not see with my own eyes the meat cooked well in the middle :))

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  • After you have crushed it, you will sprinkle it with oil and salt and rub it until it turns into a white paste. After you have cooked the tomatoes, squeeze all the juice over the garlic paste and finely chop the pulp and add it in the same bowl.
  • Stir to taste, add water.

Mujdei Dobrogean

Did you think that those by the sea do not serve mujdei? Well, a fish fried with polenta can't be missed.

  • Garlic
  • Salt
  • Baked / raw tomatoes
  • Oil
  • Wine vinegar
  • Pepper
  • Grind the garlic and rub well with salt and oil. Peel the tomatoes, finely chop and add the garlic paste.
  • Bake the hot pepper on a plate and pass it along with the garlic and tomatoes.
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Mujdei from Muntenia

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Transylvanian Mujdei

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The fried fish is delicious, and most of the time I avoid cooking because the smell in the kitchen is too strong and I can hardly breathe. However, I learned a few tricks to reduce the problems. It is good for the fish to be as fresh as possible, to have boneless, thicker fillets, to use corn or breadcrumbs so that the fish does not stick. And . do not fry in oil. Yes, use coconut fat or our classic lard.

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As we know, fish is a healthy food. It can be prepared in many ways. I chose to make it, fried with a clove of garlic, a little more diluted, but believe me it's like a tongue: J)) I usually buy, because we live near the Danube, (We really like this fish). It is a fish with a white meat, tasty, without puddle taste.

For us, three people, we needed the following ingredients:

  • 3-4 rounds of novac fish (I have one more :: J)))
  • 1 and ½ teaspoon salt
  • 4-5 tablespoons flour
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 150 ml oil
  • 1 cup and ½ water
  • Half a lemon (optional)

Method of preparation:

I unwrapped and cut the novac slices in half. I washed them well, placed them in a pan, salted them and let them sit for about 2 hours. Then I put the TEFAL pan on the stove, in which I put the oil, over medium heat, I put each piece of novac through the flour and I put it in the pan, to fry, over medium heat. (click on the pictures).

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When the fish was ready, I put it on the stove, in a kettle, a cam and a half with water, to heat it well. When the water warmed up well, I put as much garlic as I could mix. In a bowl (bowl), I put 2-3 tablespoons of the oil in which the fish was fried, then I put the garlic with hot water well. We added more water, tasting, of course, until it was to our taste. And the table! I, over that garlic juice (because it's very hot), squeeze my lemon, the men of the family, no (click on the pictures).

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We put water with a little salt to boil for the polenta and separately, on another fire from the stove we put a pan with oil to heat. After the oil has heated up, we give each piece of fish with a little salt and then we roll it through the corn and fry it, and so we proceed with each slice. While the polenta is boiling and frying the fish, cut 2 fresh tomatoes, half a clove of garlic and a bunch of parsley, add oil and salt and make the final sauce with the mixer.

To prepare a delicious fried fish with polenta, try the following simple steps:

  1. Clean the fish on the outside and inside and wash it in 2.3 waters then cut it into 4-5 pieces.
  2. Salt the pieces of fish well and then pass them through the flour that has been mixed with the cornstarch and a pinch of salt.
  3. Fry the fish in hot oil on one side and on the other for about 10 minutes.
  4. Remove the fish on a plate lined with napkins to absorb excess oil.
  5. Serve with polenta and garlic sauce and garnish with lemon slices. wishes you a good appetite!

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Mihaela11 (Chef), March 28, 2010

Very tasty! Good polenta idea made in the microwave, saves you a lot of effort. Congratulations.

Doina Varga (Chef), March 25, 2010

A wonderful recipe. Congratulations.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), March 24, 2010

burdulea maria elena (Chef de cuisine), March 16, 2010

Congratulations on this wonderful menu. Whoever understood understood. Even if it's bad, ask how much flour you need to fry the fish.

burdulea maria elena (Chef de cuisine), March 9, 2010

dicarmencitta1957 (Chef de cuisine), March 3, 2010

Very good as you make polenta in the oven, so do I and it turns out very good, so I was not alone. Good recipe for polenta and fried fish. Congratulations and you have my vote.

mariana scarlat (Chef de cuisine), February 24, 2010

Fried fish hurts me, so I prefer to bake it and polenta on the fire. Anyone who has no problems with the gallbladder can fry it. Everyone can prepare it as they like. With more or less garlic, or with more or less salt.

Doina Varga (Chef de cuisine), February 23, 2010

Very interesting recipe. I just didn't quite understand: is the recipe for microwave polenta or pangasius? And how much garlic do I use, or how much flour, for pangasius. I understood the polenta. If it doesn't come out right away, I'll try again until it comes out. I have to chew well and it's OK, right? What about frying the pangasius in oil?

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