I bought the fish from Whole Foods, so I assume it was good quality. The recipe that I used said to cut the fish into strips and cook 2 mins per side. I wasn't sure if that meant top and bottom or all 4 sides. I ended up cooking for about 7 minutes flipping periodically. It was kind of chewy when we ate it. I've never cooked it (or eaten it that I remember) so I'm not sure if this was normal. My husband has had it twice on trips recently and he seemed surprised by the texture although he had eaten a different variety.
So, my question is: Did I ruin it by over cooking, or did I wait too long to cook it and it was going bad anyway, or is that just how it's supposed to be?