Recipes & Cooking
Red Mullet cooked on the bone is a thing of beauty. Stuffed with fennel and roasted on a bed of aromatic vegetables is a simple dish to die for. Smaller fish can be deepfried in tempura batter and served with a chilli sauce.
Health & Nutrition
Not only is Red Mullet delicious, but it is also very good for you. It is a good source of protein, rich in Omega 3 oils, vitamins and minerals.
Sustainability & Provenance
This has to be the most useful leaflet ever produced, and it is reproduced by kind permission of the Seafish Industry Authority. It gives a general guide to the cooking methods and timings for most fresh sea fish. Why not print this page. Read more