Sand dabs, also known without the space as "sanddabs," are small flatfish that are too small to fillet. Most cooks pan-dress their sand dabs by cutting off the head, guts and fins of the flatfish. To help you, here is a series of illustrations on how to dress a sanddab.
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|Start with a Fresh Whole Dab||Making the First Cut||Removing the Head and Guts||Scraping the Insides|
|Removing the Fins, Part I||Removing the Fins, Part II||Removing the Bottom Fins||A Pan-Dressed Sand Dab|
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