Modern non-stick frying pans have allowed many housewives to relax and forget about the problems with food sticking during the cooking process. But many still prefer Grandma's old cast iron pans, which make food tastier and crispier. It was for such products that they came up with a simple way of how to fry fish, especially loose ones, so that it does not stick to the bottom.
Ordinary parchment (baking) paper will come to the rescue in this situation. It will save you from troubles in the form of fish falling apart or burnt, stuck to the pan.
What should be done
In fact, you don't really need to do anything special. You just take parchment and cut it to fit the pan. The paper should cover not only the bottom, but also the edges of the pan.
Next, pour a little oil on the paper and spread the fish. The frying procedure is standard. A little vegetable oil is poured onto the paper, then the pieces of fish are laid out, and it is fried until tender.
It is best to do all this over low heat, since even fish can stick to parchment. If, nevertheless, this happened, cover the frying pan with a lid, and then turn off the heat. Under the influence of steam, the fillet will soften and calmly move from its place. Plus, parchment solves another problem in this situation. Even if oil does get into the pan, it will be much easier to wash it.
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