Cook Fish Consistently With The 10-Minute Rule

Cook Fish Consistently With The 10-Minute Rule

Not sure how long you should cook a piece of fish? Try the 10-minute rule of thumb, which says you should measure the fish at its thickest point and cook it for 10 minutes per inch, turning halfway through the cooking time.

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If the fish is under half an inch thick, you don’t need to turn it over.

This 10-Minute Rule is also known as the Canadian Cooking Method and is appropriate for most conventional cooking methods, according to Orca Bay Seafoods. Hit up the site below for some other tips and adjustments, such as adding five minutes to the cooking time if you’re cooking in foil or sauce. Got any fish cooking tricks of your own? Let’s hear them in the comments.

The 10-Minute Rule for Cooking Fish [Orca Bay Seafoods]

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