Fire Up the Broiler

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Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford:

Broiling is a great hands-off way to cook fish: You'll get a nice caramelized crust on top, and you won't need to flip the fillets. (Check out Food Network Magazine's Broiled Salmon With Tomato Cream Sauce, pictured above.) Be sure to preheat the broiler first, then cook the fish for six to eight minutes per inch of thickness. If you line the pan with foil, cleanup is super easy.

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