Simple Guide to Grilled Basa Fish

By: Andrewwhite
Basa fish is a member of the catfish family, farm-raised in fresh water. The flavor of the basa is milder and more delicate than other catfish. When you cook or grill it you also do not get that fishy smell all around your home.

Basa fish is originally from the Mekong River Delta in Vietnam and Chao Phraya basin. The basa fish is an important food resource in its origin area, but has the later years gotten a lot of interest from the American and European market as well.

The way we grill basa fish is very similar to the way we grill fish like salmon. A good tip is to brush the fish with butter and add some spices to increase the taste. You can also use lemon or lime to give it a fresher and better taste.

When you feel that you have spiced up the basa fish the way you want you need to pack the fish in aluminum foil. This is a very simple process. Take a sheet of aluminum foil for each slice of basa fish. Then simply wrap the foil to cover the basa fish completely.

People usually have different opinions about how long basa fish is supposed to be on the grill. The basic is you want them to be cooked, but not over-cooked. I use to put them on one side for 10 minutes, turn them around and leave them there for 10 additional minutes. The general rule is between 10 and 15 minutes, but they can easily be over-cooked.

You now have a short guide for on how to grill basa fish. All you have to do now is get to the store and buy you some to get started.
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