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In this video, I am cooking a branzino (a.k.a. Mediterranean bass). It's a small fish (about 1 Lb) that serves 1 person. I cook it for 5 minutes on each side. For obvious reasons, not all whole fish will cook in exactly 10 minutes. The estimated cooking time for whole fish is 10 minutes per inch of thickness +/- 2. In other words, start checking your fish for doneness after 8 minutes per inch of thickness. If the fish is brown on both sides (after the broiling part), but not cooked through, continue cooking it at 400F until it's done.
Here are tips on broiling and testing fish for doneness.
YouTube Link: Cooking and Deboning a Whole Fish
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