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Pinjalo Snapper One Cut

Pinjalo Snapper Pinjalo Snapper is found in Indo-Asian Pacific – Arabian Gulf to Taiwan and Papua New Guinea. They are found in over shallow depths of a few meters in open ocean reefs. In most areas they are found in deep waters and are usually trawled to 100 m depth. Pinjalo Snapper, medium-to-large scales, a spiny dorsal fin and a laterally compressed body. Pinjalo Snapper have short, sharp, needle-like teeth. They would quickly change color from silver to blood orange to red as they swam by. Coloration of the Pinjalo Snapper is light red, with more intense pigment on the back. The flesh of which is pale in colour. Pinjalo Snapper One Cut This method produces 4 fish fillets. The steps...

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Kingfish Steak

Kingfish Kingfish is a diverse fish with few bones. Kingfish is rich in protein and an excellent source of Omega-3 – an essential dietary oil that helps maintain a healthy heart and immune system. Firm, succulent flesh is the hallmark of Kingfish. Kingfish has a sweet, rich, clean flavour and white to pale pink colour. With a higher fat content, cleaner flavor and firmer texture making it more versatile, consistent and delicious. It lends itself to a variety of cuisines and cooking styles, including Japanese sashimi. Moreover, Kingfish is highly regarded around the world as one of the finest premium sashimi fish. Due to their texture and great taste they can also be cooked virtually every...

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Sweetlip Natural Cut

Sweetlip Sweetlips inhabits continental shelf waters including coral reef and lagoon areas over substrates of hard coral, gravel, sand or rubble. Sweetlip flesh is white when raw, fine and firm with a medium fat content. The taste ranges from sweet and mild to strong. Sweetlips flesh is moist, firm and flavoursome and easily removed from the frame after baking. Sweetlips are superior table fishes, especially when baked whole (gilled and gutted). Cooked whole by baking (try stuffing with herbs and nuts), steaming, poaching or deep frying. Sweetlips can be served chilled. They are also ideal in fillet form for frying, grilling, barbecuing or steaming. Sweetlip flesh is perfect for Teriyaki c...

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Skipjack Cube

Skipjack Skipjack tuna are a highly migratory fish that roams all the world’s oceans in tropical and subtropical zones. Skipjack have a dark purple ridge on their back; a bluish sheen on the upper sides and silver white lower sides and belly with four to six dark longitudinal stripes. They do not have scales except around its head and running along their lateral line. Skipjack has a dark red flesh with a medium texture, low moisture and high oil content. They have the most pronounced taste of all of the tropical tunas and when raw, good-quality skipjack meat is deep red. Smaller fish are lighter red. Cooked skipjack becomes light gray. Some sushi markets prefer skipjack tuna because it’s c...

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Bigeye Steak

Bigeye Bigeye caught in deeper, cooler water, it typically has a higher fat content than Yellowfin and is preferred by sashimi lovers. Good quality Bigeye meat has a reddish-pinkish flesh color. Bigeye Tuna is an excellent source of healthy, it is rich in niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, selenium and phosphorus. Bigeye Tuna is a favourite amongst chefs for its fantastic flavour, texture and lots of flesh with no bone. They have a moderately pronounced flavor, a high fat content with marbling near the skin and a richer flavor than Yellowfin. Like other tuna, the texture is firm and “meaty” with large flakes. It has a sweet, oily flavor similar to mackerel and is great for grilling. It is be...

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Swordfish Steak

Swordfish The swordfish is named after its bill resembling a sword. The flesh can range from white or ivory to pink or orange. All Swordfish turn beige in color after cooking. This large saltwater fish has meaty, rich-tasting flesh. Its exceptionally firm flesh makes it a good choice for kebabs. Swordfish has a mildly sweet flavor and a moist, meaty texture with moderately high fat content. The mildly sweet flavor is perfect for the addition of marinades and sauces. This texture also makes swordfish excellent for grilling and helps prevent the steaks from falling apart on the grates. For moist grilled swordfish, select steaks that are at least 1 1/4 inches thick and try marinating it in g...

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