Making substitutions are one of the fun parts about cooking with the Brava - We want you to have fun with it!
For any seafood option that does not have a Brava cook preset, you can use the table below as a guide for which program you can use to cook the specific fish that you have.
- If you wanted to cook Ocean trout, you can use the Salmon Skinless Brava preset
- If you wanted to cook Swordfish, you can use the Halibut or Cod Brava preset
- If you wanted to cook Flounder, you can use the Tilapia Brava preset
- If you want to cook Ocean Troup and asparagus, you can use the "Skinless Salmon and Asparagus" Brava preset
- If you want to cook Swordfish and Broccoli, you can use the "Halibut and Broccoli Brava Preset"
Salmon (all types)
Steelhead and Ocean Trout
Most thicker White Fish
(ex. Swordfish and Grouper)
Most medium thickness White Fish
Most thin White Fish
(Ex. Flounder, Sole, etc.)
Don't see a fish that you like to cook? Reach out to us via email@example.com and we can pass on your suggestion to the Brava Chefs.
There is so much that the Brava can do and the more you use it, the most you will learn. If you want to learn quickly, we provide a free Brava Tutorial where you get hands-on live-video training on how to use the Brava and how to make the most of it for your home. You can sign up via this link: Sign Up for the Free Brata Tutorial
You can also watch the recorded Brava Tutorial here: