How to Fillet Jack Smelt Nov 25, 2017
This is how to fillet Jack Smelt. I will have to do a video where I batter and then fry them up some other time.
Fried Whiting (Merluzzi)
Merluzzi fritti, known as fried whiting, is a traditional Italian dish that is popular in seacoast towns. - See more at:
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So here we have our whiting. This fish is in the cod family. It's a very sweet, white-fleshed fish. It was very popular years ago, here in our sea port of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
I want to show you how you would clean this fish. So the first step that you would do is, you would rinse them off in the sink. And you're just going to cut. There's like a gill here. You would cut the head off at an angle, just like this.
In here would be the body, all the guts. You just remove that with your finger. You're going to place the fish down. And holding the tail firmly and with the knife, you're going to start at the end. And you're just going to scrape along the skin.
Now, you would think that you're going to tear the skin. It's amazing. You really don't.
The scales just pop right off. And you're just going to keep going down the fish like this, until they're all removed. You're going to rotate the fish, going all the way around.
Here we have some bones. We leave these on. It makes it easier when you're eating them. Believe it or not.
Once they're clean, you're going to give them another rinse and dry them. So now that we have our fish all cleaned, I'm going to show you how to prepare Fried Merluzzi.
So here we have about two cups of flour. So we're going to put about two teaspoons of kosher salt into the flour and some fresh ground pepper. I'm going to say about a teaspoon. I'm just going to give it a little swirl around.
Now, here I have whole milk. So we're putting the fish into the milk bath and then right into the seasoned flour, just going to give it a little shake. I'm going to set this one aside. We want to put them all into the oil at the same time.
Now, you can see our oil is bubbling. We're ready. We're going to add our fish.
You can see that, on the edges here, it's starting to get a little golden brown. They're going to cook about two to three minutes on each side, depending on the size of your fish too. Sometimes these come a little bit smaller. And they do come a little larger. But over all, they are a smaller fish.
We're just going to turn them over. Oh, these look so good. Growing up, my dad would bring buckets of these home. And we always knew what we were going to have for dinner.
So here our whiting is all cooked. We're going to remove it. I have here just a glass Pyrex pie dish, lined with a paper towel. We just put it over here.
Oh, wait until you taste this. I tell you this brings back great memories. At this point, what we're going to do is, we're going to use a little kosher salt. And while it's warm in the key. Just give it a little sprinkle, flip the fish. And we're going to give it another little sprinkle. And here is your Fried Merluzzi.
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