How to Clean a Fish Correctly

Proper cleaning is essential when preparing fresh fish for cooking. By removing the scales, guts, gills, and fins, you remove unwanted materials that can harm the taste and quality of the fish. 

Cleaning a fish properly also helps to keep it fresh and decreases the chance of bacterial infection. 

Cleaning a fish as soon as possible after capturing it guarantees that it retains its maximum flavor and texture. 

If you leave the fish dirty too long, bacteria will proliferate and cause foodborne illnesses. Using the proper cleaning techniques may improve the fish’s taste while ensuring its safety for consumption. 

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– Work in a well-lit and well-ventilated place. – To avoid cross-contamination, use a clean cutting board.

– Ensure that all of your tools and equipment are clean and easily accessible. – Wear disposable gloves during the process to preserve hygiene.

Begin by prepping the prawns. Peel and devein them, but leave the tails on for a more pleasing display. After rinsing the prawns in cold water, blot them dry with a paper towel. Set aside while you make the sauce. 

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