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    How To Get Crispy Fish Skin | 1 Minute Tips | Bart’s Fish Tales
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    How To Get Crispy Fish Skin | 1 Minute Tips | Bart’s Fish Tales

    January 15, 2020


    Guys, today I’m going to show you how to create crispy delicious skin on your fish fillet So guys here I’ve got a beautiful piece of cod, and if you buy a fish fillet make sure the skin is undamaged Rub the whole skin with some oil A bit of salt Pepper Use a super clean and non-sticky frying pan Put a bit of oil in the pan, on medium to high heat Put edge of fish fillet, skin side down into the pan And don’t move your fish fillet So when your fillet is cooked for 2 3rds, you can see a bit of colour, you flip it over And I turn back the heat to medium low and never turn your crispy skin back again because then it will be becoming rubbery and not crispy anymore And ta-dah a crispy skin So guys, good luck and enjoy and if you want to see more tips, click on the link

    How to Make Easy Fish Tacos | The Stay At Home Chef
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    How to Make Easy Fish Tacos | The Stay At Home Chef

    January 14, 2020


    Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m showing you how to make Easy Fish Tacos These fish tacos are super easy to make There’s no frying required They’re light, they’re healthy, and they are
    super delicious! To start we’re going to make a little quick
    marinade In a small bowl combine 1/4 cup olive oil with the juice of 1 lime, so 2 tablespoons 1 tablespoon of chili powder and then a little bit of salt and black pepper And then whisk it together Then we’re going to take this mixture and
    pour it directly over our fish You can use any flaky white fish Today I’m using flounder but you could also
    use mahi mahi or halibut or even some tilapia Just place your fish in a shallow dish and pour the marinade over and then I also sprinkle on some jalapeno and a little bit of freshly chopped cilantro Then pop this in the fridge and let it marinate for 15 to 20 minutes You don’t want to marinate it too long or the acid will start to cook the fish and break it down and turn it all mushy Then we’ll head on over to the stove and cook
    it up Place the fish directly into a hot skillet over medium high heat Now fish cooks really fast so I like to cook it for 3 to 4 minutes on
    the first side and then give it a flip and finish it cooking on the other side which will take another 2 to 3 minutes depending on the size and thickness of your
    fish The thicker it is the more time it’ll take
    to cook through Start compiling your tacos with some fish in either flour or corn tortillas And I like to load mine up with the fish so
    you make sure you know the fish is in there Next we’re going to add on a little bit of
    slaw I’ve just put some red wine vinegar and salt and pepper on some plain shredded
    cabbage I love the little bite of acidity that it
    gives these tacos Then we’ll finish it off by adding on some red onion a little bit of tomato and then I like to finish it off with a little
    bit of freshly chopped cilantro Squeeze on a little fresh lime juice just
    before serving and you are ready to eat! When avocados are on sale I like to add a
    little bit of guacamole or freshly diced avocado as well Thanks for watching! You can find the recipe in the video description Be sure to subscribe, like, and follow and check out the rest of my videos where you can find hundreds of restaurant quality recipes you can easily
    make at home. See you later!

    [Miniature DIY]Barbie Doll Beach Hacks, mini Bikini👙 And More !
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    [Miniature DIY]Barbie Doll Beach Hacks, mini Bikini👙 And More !

    January 14, 2020


    Hey guys, Welcome to my miniature craft DIY tutorial channel. Today, I will show you how to make miniature bikini, miniature straw hat and mini slipper. I hope you‘ll enjoy my mini DIY ideas about how to make miniature crafts. I will make many things for Barbie dolls or other dolls, such as miniature clothes,miniature shoes,accessories and miniature furnitures…etc. Please subscribe to my channel for a nice time together!

    How to Make a Screw Propelled Vehicle
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    How to Make a Screw Propelled Vehicle

    January 9, 2020


    Lets Make Screw Propelled Vehicle Take 21 cm 2 inch PVC Pipe Wrap tape clock wise in first PVC pipe and anti-clock wise in second PVC pipe take regular epoxy adhesive take four 120 rpm 12 volt Gear Motor connect left front and left rear RED to RED and BLACK to BLACK wires connect right front and right rear RED to RED and BLACK to BLACK wires

    Cum am Construit o Corabie din Carton?| How I Made a Ship ? DIY
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    Cum am Construit o Corabie din Carton?| How I Made a Ship ? DIY

    January 2, 2020


    Welcome to the M & Craft channel. In this video I will make a cardboard boat. Enjoy . We need cardboard. I’m starting to create the center of the ship. I’ll do the cutting with the scissors and the catter. I’ll make the bridge. Attach the two pieces with the soldering gun. Then we measure and adapt supporting elements. After cutting we stick to strengthen the frame of the ship. Above these frames we glue cardboard strips with a width of 2 cm. I’ll do the front. I use matches to make the mast. We’ll stick more in one place. Stick the mast on the deck. From cardboard I will make small pieces that I will glue on the deck. We attach matches on the front of the decks, a few layers. Then we glued a strip of cardboard to the back of the ship. I use matchboxes for a nicer look. I’ll make two smaller rectangles and stick them over the box. I cross the back of the ship. In the meantime I made 2 masts one in front and the other in the back. From paper I will make the fabric (canvas) of the ship. We measure the center and glue 3 strands of different sizes. Then I’ll stick them to the masts I’ll stick sticks on the edge of the paper. We attach strands of yarn, from the ship and then to each mast and canvas. We attach the wires to each cloth separately. I will color the front and back of the deck with acrylic watercolors. Then we paint the matchboxes in black. We make a few black dots on the bridge surface. We stick the ship on a piece of polystyrene. We make a small cut for a better attachment. I use the brown lake to paint the outside of the boat. I use glue for gluing sand to polystyrene. Dry sand. I’ll make pots. I’ll stick them on the boat. I draw a flag of Romania, which I will stick to the front. I stick the flag on a stick. Then I color the flag. I color the polystyrene sides. I make a staircase from sticks. I made another ladder that I attached to the mast. Thanks for viewing. Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE and press CLOPOTEL to receive notifications.