Miss Farah

What happens when you soak Fish in milk?

Posted on: September 1, 2010

When you buy fish from the grocery store and it’s frozen the protein of the fish is gone! So what do you do to get the protein back before cooking the fish?

You soak the fish into milk for 5 minutes and voilaa…… the proteins are back!

This is a trick my brother learned from his professor at food preparation course. :)…He also added bay leaf to eliminate the odor of the fish…

Thank you brother for the info!


7 Responses to "What happens when you soak Fish in milk?"

Interesting! So this means the fish sucks the protein from the milk? And does that apply to frozen meat/chicken?

thats a very good question Abdullah and frankly I dont know the answer… hopefully if a chef or a nutritionist reads this post they will have the answer for you…for now stick to Fish πŸ˜€

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thank u Miss Farah! providing us with such important informations our health our food is the most important thing in our life to stay healthy and sometimes we choose to eat fish bcz its full of proteins which is not ..so thank again for your concern.

Mohamad thank you for sharing your thoughts, i’m trying my best to provide my readers with beneficial posts and especially the ones of health!…your welcome πŸ™‚

Interesting πŸ˜€ but i don’t like fish πŸ˜€ the title is sooo weird πŸ˜›

Hehe exactly! I made it sound weird to attract your attention πŸ˜›

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