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What are some fish dishes in your country?
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>>134473728
You like anchovy?
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>>134473728
Midwest america
Dishwasher salmon
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>>134473728
That would be Hraime which is actually a Jewish dish, it's basically a fish broth, tastes nice desu.
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mashed stockfish
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viudo de capaz
jaiba gratinada
trucha asada
mojarra frita
pargo asado
cazuela de marisco
ceviche
ostras
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Bacalao a la vizcaína
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most iconic american seafood dishes are shellfish
-new england clam chowder
-etoufee
-crawfish

however, catfish and monkfish are exceptions
catfish are lil niggas with whiskers that sometimes climb out of the water to get to better rivers/lakes
monkfish are pic rel, ive never had one but supposedly they taste like lobster or crab
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>>134476538
>le 56% fish
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Sarde a beccafico
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>>134473728
White people buy frozen tasteless tilapia and put lemon and pepper on it
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>>134473728
Fish sticks
Tuna sandwich
Breaded haddock/cod
Lobster roll
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Filete al mojo de ajo
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Tikin-Xic
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>>134477079
la creatura...
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>>134477238
Couldn't help but laugh loudly
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mmmmh
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put salt and onion on herring and lower into mouth
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>>134473728
Too many, so much diversity in India. Pic related - Amritsari fish tikka.
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>>134480566
i wish stuff like this was more common over here. as of now our options are most likely going to be shrimp in curry or prawn in curry. i want to try the fish, the crab, octopi, etc. post more if youd be so kind
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>>134473728
Moqueca de Peixe. With shrimps is even better.
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>>134474133
I don't know why everyone else is ignoring your question Gustav but I love anchovies. Whatcha got here?
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>>134474133
I do. My girlfriend hates them but she's a picky eater.
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>>134481101
>Moqueca
Is this the dish it's cooked and served in, the thing Mexicans call molcajete?

That looks positively fucking fantastic in any case.
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>>134474133
>>134474350
>>134476491
>>134476935
>>134480566
>>134481101
Would eat.
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>>134476538
I think the catfish family is the largest of any fish and widespread on all continents lol.
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>>134481213
I put pieces of anchovies when I make pasta sauce or stews. Really enhances the savoury meaty flavor and even people in my family that claim to hate fish cant tell.
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massive
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>>134481101
Very based
>>134481228
No, it's called "caçoila"
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>>134476538
Lobster Newburgh is American. Lobster rolls are good too. Im a big fan of raw blue points too. So yeah I'd agree.
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>>134474233
Do americans really?
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>>134481316
If I make a pizza sauce I add anchiove paste. I agree most people can't tell its in their. A lot of people also eat caeser salad ignorant that anchiove paste is in it.
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>>134481316
Look for this shit right here. I'm talking directly to you because this is so far up your alley it would massage your prostate, but any anchovy fans should pay attention. I order mine from London and it takes a while but it's not expensive. The classic thing to do is put a thin layer (it's strong, as God intended) on toast but it's perfect for sauces like you're talking about too.
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>>134481475
I dont but it technically would work it just seems like a waste of energy and water.
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>>134481475
Lol I've never heard of it but come on, that's impressive and it's okay for you to admit you're impressed.
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>>134481673
I've already seen Americans make it on tiktok lol
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>>134481101
>>134481403
Bro when I traveled to Bahia I ate moqueca a lot, it's so fucking good.
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>>134481803
It's an extremely dish to prepare, actually. Try it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHaoS9i4X1Y
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>>134481511
Looks tasty, how much is it?
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>>134481859
Like more than five but less than ten? Plus shipping. I bought a few at once last time and it's been a minute.
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>>134481487
That's what my sicilian grandma would do when making lasagna
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>>134480930
Apart from the Amritsari fish tikka, fish preparations from 3 other states come to mind - all very uniquely different in tastes.
Goan - I prefer this
Bangla - You can't keep a Bengali away from fish
Kerala (Malabar) - A bit too spicy for my palate. Pic rated to this.
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>>134481333
What is your favorite? I like yellowtail and sea urchin.
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>>134481854
Kek was it on purpose?
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>>134481156
It's a potato gratin with anchovy
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>>134474133
>>134481156
Janssons frestelse, but it's made with ansjovis (seasoned sprat).
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>>134481854
>extremely easy*
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>>134482138
That's what I thought but couldn't be sure. Seems based.
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It's now banned.
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ME DON'T COOK FISH
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>>134482455
What is it and why?
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>>134482623
https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/health/bacteria-in-raw-fish-that-infected-over-160-in-2015-a-public-health-threat
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>>134482707
Damn that sucks. It looks delicious.
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>>134482065
thank you
Ill start with Goan then
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>>134473728
A fucking herring. Raw.
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>>134476491
>a la vizcaína
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cahuamanta
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>>134483379
How about aguachiles? I recently discovered this and I love it.
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not UK but one of the best seafood dishes, practically the taste of spring/summer.
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/pickledherring/ gang rise up
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>>134481511
Elite taste, you made scotch woodcock with it? That's a breakfast and a half
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>>134483665
Pickled herring?
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taco gobernador
>>134483542
yes
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>>134483685


best post in this thread

cooked or just raw fish is for useless cumguzzling fags
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taco fish
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>>134483792
The texture of pickled herring in particular is so satisfying and delightful
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>>134483742
yes, but must be served with potatoes, dill and raw onions for the complete package.
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>>134483685
>>134483742
Lel my nigga
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>>134483877
jesi li slav ?
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>>134483944
They're English too mate, never had a rollmop? Try going to the seaside
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this thing
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>>134484046
honestly i have never seen those, impressed though. is it a northern thing ? i mean i've been a few times to each of brighton/hastings/broadstairs and never saw those. maybe i just never noticed.
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Do foreigners ever eat cockles? The town I live in is one of the biggest exporters of cockles in the world, but I don't think they're that nice, they're invariably gritty
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>>134483944
>>134484046
Funny, I associate pickled herring most strongly with Germanics.
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>>134484152
Essex, you can buy them in any supermarket I'm quite sure
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>>134484191
Yes.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tegillarca_granosa
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maybe mexican sushi?
idk if it's actually mexican but I doubt they eat this in japan
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>>134484400
Wtf is in it?
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>>134484071
What is this, some kind of weird ceviche cocktail?
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>>134484238
yeah that too, actually it's mainly a baltic/scandinavian thing, although i'm surprised after what the english lad posted here.

>>134484288
i always bought them from lithuanian supermarkets. the polish ones are garbage quality.

i must try the english kind, i'm really surprised by that.
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>>134484475
>some kind of weird ceviche cocktail
I don't know but Peru makes exactly this, called leche de tigre I think. 10/10
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>>134484440
yes
>>134484475
yes
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>>134484238
Just had a look, they came over to the UK a couple of hundred years ago from Germany

>The name "rollmops" is German in origin,[2][3] derived from the words rollen (to roll) and Mops (German name of pug dogs). The form Rollmops is singular, and the plural is Rollmöpse. In Dutch, it's spelled rolmops, plural rolmopsen
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>>134474233
saw this in mythbusters
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>>134474233
wtf?
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>>134484583
Love that kind of thing, very refreshing and exotic flavours
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>>134480106
i thought those white blocks were big chunks of salt for a second kek
someone post the one with mommy merkel
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>>134484440
googled it back, actually not seafood lol
>delicious roll with cucumber, avocado, cream cheese, boneless, bacon, mozarella on top and pepper on the side
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>>134484817
fish with cheese ?
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>>134485042
He said there was actually no fish but that is still a confusing and frightening combination.
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>>134484475
couldn't find the ingredients of this one but it looks like ceviche with fish, raw and cooked shrimp, octopus, jaiba and callo de hacha
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>>134485162
only weird cus its in a roll
wouldn't be so weird in a burger
tastes good tho
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>>134485310
I'd give it a go!
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fried vendace
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>>134473728
Kalakukko
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pollock in cheese sauce
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>>134473728
some basic freshwater fis, but they are not worth trying imho
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>>134481475
https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/dishwasher-salmon-with-a-piquant-dill-sauce-recipe-2013387
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>>134473728
Walleye
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canned tuna covered in a jar of mayo
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>>134481854
Can't stand portuguese
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Baccalà mantecato
Baccalà alla vicentina
Polenta e schie
Bigoli in salsa
Sardee in saor
Broeto
These are from my region (Veneto)
Picrel is sardee in broeto
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>>134492855
Go sbaia diocan
I wanted to write only broeto
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>>134473728
It's all mostly raw/salted/smoked herring with raw onions
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>>134473728
Evropean bass
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>>134492742
Didn't ask
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>>134487569
Looks good, you can just chew the bones or do you eat around them? Never had fish this small fried whole before.
>>134488647
What's this?
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>>134494445
it's eaten with bones.
>What's this?
kalakukko. it's a bread with fish baked inside. dry as fuck and doesn't taste very good
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>>134494445
you eat them whole, we also eat anchovies coated in cornmeal like that
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>>134494942
>>134495034
Looks good my dudes. That bread thing sounds/looks good too even though you just said it wasn't lol
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>>134495201
it's trekking food. it's made to keep well, not taste great.
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>>134495407
>trekking food.
Medieval food. Just like in many British dishes you bake the meat/fish inside a pie or a bread to preserve it longer, make it portable and have the pie work as a plate
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>>134481333
Anago gang



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