(07-18-2018, 04:05 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:
(07-18-2018, 03:36 AM)-NIGHTMARE- Wrote:
(07-17-2018, 09:10 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote: Apparently the bones are removed:for eating smoked herring
(07-17-2018, 09:07 PM)-NIGHTMARE- Wrote: tried this for the first time not long ago/liked enough to get some for pantry
Smoked & Boneless Herring Fillets
Mmm, smoked and boneless. What are herrings like to eat with the bones?
How to Buy, Prep, and Cook Smoked Herring
Smoked herring is sold in two ways in the Caribbean—whole with the skin on and bones intact complete with the head, or filleted and boneless.
The filleted and boneless is the more expensive of the two. Both types are available in markets and supermarkets.
Thanks for the info. and I will try herring for the first time soon but I am reading that it is very salty, so I might have to boil them for 5 minutes to desalt them, or not, I'll taste a little first to see if the desalting is needed.
Herring are not salty like anchovies or sardines and very delicate.
If you even get them wet (especially boiled)
They will fall apart and you will end up with fish broth.
I can't imagine anyone who has never eaten a herring (commonly called fish steaks) or has ever boiled a fish.
Poaching isn't boiling.
Asians steam fish.
Only a retard would boil a fish.
It's like you are from some other planet.