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Snapper Fillet

Snapper Snapper is a reef fish that is harvested in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and South Atlantic waters.The raw flesh of Red Snapper is pinkish with yellow streaks, turning lighter (but not white) when cooked. The skin is deep red along the back which fades to a lighter pinkish-red on the on the belly. Red Snapper is a lean, moist fish with a firm texture and a distinctive sweet, nutty flavorwich makes it versatile for many flavor components from mild to intense seasoning. It can be baked, fried, steamed, broiled, poached and grilled. When it comes to seasoning, lemon, vegan butter, and fresh chili peppers are snapper’s best friends. Snapper Skinless Skinless cut is the main part of...

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Ruby Snaper Natural Cut

Ruby Snapper Ruby snapper with its firm, white flesh is moist and tender making the ruby snapper one of the finest tasting fish in our oceans. Most of the ruby snapper caught off the Hawaiian Islands range in size from 1 to 18 pounds. Ruby snapper caught in the South Pacific are often larger. A good Ruby snapper, caught during the winter months because it has a higher fat content than those caught in the summer. It is reddish to pinkish, with a whitish belly, red margins on the dorsal fins, and a red margin on the caudal fin with a white tip on the lower lobe. Ruby snapper has a delicate flavor which is enjoyed when served raw, (sashimi style) or when baked, steamed, or prepared in a host...

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Sweetlip Fillet

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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Emperor Steak

Emperor Emperors live in a variety of habitats including coral reef lagoons, reefs, sand flats and gravel patches. Red emperors reach a maximum total length of at least 100 cm. Emperor is a superb finfish to eat and its white, juicy flesh is delicious served either hot or cold. It can be cooked whole (gilled and gutted) by baking, steaming, or deep frying, but is also ideal in fillet form for grilling, barbecuing, steaming and frying. Emperor Skinless Skinless cut is the main part of fish meat which is located above the spine. This method is cutting a torpedo-shaped fish that is made into four parts and separates the meat and spines of the fish and removes the skin. Emperor skin must be...

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Emperor Fillet

Emperor Emperors live in a variety of habitats including coral reef lagoons, reefs, sand flats and gravel patches. Red emperors reach a maximum total length of at least 100 cm. Emperor is a superb finfish to eat and its white, juicy flesh is delicious served either hot or cold. It can be cooked whole (gilled and gutted) by baking, steaming, or deep frying, but is also ideal in fillet form for grilling, barbecuing, steaming and frying. Emperor Skinless Skinless cut is the main part of fish meat which is located above the spine. This method is cutting a torpedo-shaped fish that is made into four parts and separates the meat and spines of the fish and removes the skin. Emperor skin must be...

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Grouper WGGS

Grouper Grouper are members of the seabass family, Serranidae, and are found in tropical and warm temperate waters worldwide. Grouper have unique identifiable characteristics, they are commonly described as lean, moist fish with a distinctive yet mild flavor. The large, white-flaked flesh contains no intramuscular bones. Grouper has white flesh fish with a taste and texture which is popular and distinct from most common white flesh fish. Grouper fillets are usually thick with a firm texture. Grouper has also become the choice of people concerned with healthy eating because it is nutritious in addition to being delicious. Four ounces of uncooked grouper has only 110 calories, 2 grams of fat...

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Snapper Head Half Cut

Snapper Snapper is a reef fish that is harvested in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and South Atlantic waters.The raw flesh of Red Snapper is pinkish with yellow streaks, turning lighter (but not white) when cooked. The skin is deep red along the back which fades to a lighter pinkish-red on the on the belly. Red Snapper is a lean, moist fish with a firm texture and a distinctive sweet, nutty flavorwich makes it versatile for many flavor components from mild to intense seasoning. It can be baked, fried, steamed, broiled, poached and grilled. When it comes to seasoning, lemon, vegan butter, and fresh chili peppers are snapper’s best friends. Snapper Skinless Skinless cut is the main part of...

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