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How to cook a bluefishGrowing up my mother prepared the most delicious meals Chicken and dumplings Mexican cornbread and pot roast were a common staple in our household Another meal that stands out is her bluefish Whenever she announced we were having bluefish I knew it was going to be an excellent meal I cannot recall all of my mothers recipes however her bluefish is a recipe I will always rememberThe items required for this recipe are two bluefish fillets 9x13 baking dish aluminum foil stick of butter six lemon slices salt pepper one fork one spatula and a cutting board Be sure to have all your standard cooking items available this includes an apron meat thermometer and oven mitts For a timer I like to use my microwave over but if your microwave does not have a timer function a wall clock or your cell phone will sufficeFirst preheat the oven to 400 degrees F While the oven is preheating cut the butter into consistent slices and line the bottom of the 9x13 baking dish keeping the slices at least inches apart Sprinkle salt on top of the butter then set asideNext is the prepping of the bluefish With the skin side facing the cutting board use the fork to poke holes into the meat to tenderize Sprinkle a modest amount of salt and pepper then place the lemon slices on top of the fish Use the spatula to carefully place the fish into the baking dish If the butter slices spread to the sides this is normal and will be fine Season again with salt and pepper and cover the dish with aluminum foil Place the dish into the oven and set a timer for twenty-three minutes While the fish is cooking clean and dry the fork spatula and the cutting boardFinally after twenty-three minutes the bluefish should be fully cooked To check use a meat thermometer to make sure the
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