[How to eat cold fish]_how to do_how to do
There are many ways to fish, and there are different ways to eat. Generally, the fish you eat are hot, and eating fish cold is a new way of eating.
The method is different from other methods of making fish. The fish is replaced by anchovy. The anchovy of the anchovy has fewer spines. Remove the internal dirt with scissors. Add condiments to fry both sides of the fish to golden color.10 minutes.
Place the fish in the pan again.
Let me introduce the method to everyone.
Remove the scales, viscera, cut off the fins, wash and prepare for the seasoning. First fry both sides of the anchovy. Be careful not to disperse the fish and fry it.Add a large amount of water, burn gently, add lard, and burn for about an hour.
Boil the pan, let it slowly cool, and then slowly eat the catfish omnivorous fish, which is mainly plant-eating.
The meat is tender and has high nutritional value. It contains 13 grams of protein and 11 grams of traces per 100 grams of meat, and contains a lot of calcium, phosphorus, iron and other minerals.
Fish is of high medicinal value. It has a flat taste and sweetness, and can be used in the stomach and kidneys.
The fish are widely distributed, and the waters throughout the country are produced all year round.
April and August?
The sturgeon in December is the most fatty and is one of some important food fish.
The maximum body length is about 30 cm and the inhabitation depth is 0?
20 meters, non-toxic, economical edible fish, good quality and low price.
It is mostly produced in the Yellow River Basin, the Yangtze River Basin, and the Pearl River Basin. Among them, the Erhai Lake is more famous.
The feeding time of fish varies according to the season.
Spring is the peak season for feeding, day and night are constantly feeding; summer feeding time is early, late and night; autumn all day feeding; winter is around noon.
Anchovies like to walk around.
Sometimes it goes along the water, sometimes it goes against the water, and they hunt for food and spawn in the lush shoals, river bays, gullies, and reeds; they stop temporarily when the water flow is slow or stationary and there are abundant food.