Pan-frying, also called shallow-frying or sautéing, is one of the quickest and simplest ways to prepare seafood – and one of the tastiest. The contrast of the moist flesh and crisp skin provides great texture and the butter or oil used to fry, plus simple seasonings such as salt, pepper and lemon juice, add great flavour.
Tips for Successful Pan-Frying:
What to Pan-fry:
Whatever you have in the fridge or pantry can make a quick accompaniment to pan-fried seafood:
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