Rosa Cooking

Baked hake fillets

Fish, fish, fish ...

Preparation steps

  • Cover the pan with aluminum foil so that the whole fillets are wrapped in foil. Defrost the hake fillets and dry them well with a paper sander.
  • Then salt them and arrange them in a pan.
  • Pickle, sauté and sauté and sprinkle with parsley .. Cover the hake well on all sides with foil .. If desired, you can add some more spices if you like ..
  • Bake them in a preheated oven for 20-80 minutes.
  • Pleasant !!!


fish hake

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