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  Subject :parve buffalo wings
09/12/2011 14:56 
rose
Joined: 09/08/2011 18:05
Posts: 5
I was wonder if I can use flounder instead of tilapia in the "parve buffalo wings" recipe. I find that tilapia will often have a "fishy" taste. Is there anything to be done to remove that "fishy" taste.
  Subject :Re:parve buffalo wings
09/12/2011 19:13 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Sometimes, I find that soaking the fish in lemon juice helps take away the fishy smell and taste. Though, I have substituted many times flounder for tilapia in recipes, since my kids like flounder fish much more. The recipes all come out great. I didn't try the pareve buffalo wings yet!
  Subject :Re:parve buffalo wings
09/13/2011 09:14 
rose
Joined: 09/08/2011 18:05
Posts: 5
thank you
  Subject :Re:parve buffalo wings
09/13/2011 09:53 
Diet
Joined: 12/19/2010 15:33
Posts: 45
I agree with Cookmama, soaking in lemon juice takes away the fish smell/taste
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