Red Mullet (Whole Fish)
red mullet whole fish

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Red Mullet (Whole Fish)

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Red Mullet is back on the menu! These distinctively pink-orange fish have landed in Plymouth and Brixham markets by small day boats and are available to buy whole or fillets. The fine white meat is perfect for pan-frying, oven roasting or serving crispy from the BBQ on a glorious summer's day. Due to the sporadic nature of red mullet (it is unpredictable in its shoaling and movements), we source it when it is plentiful and freeze it to ensure stocks are sustained for a little longer. Freezing is nature's best preservative, so none of the rich, deep flavour or unique texture will be lost. Our red mullets are caught by gill nets only - a fishing method recommended by the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide as there is no damage to the seabed and its delicate ecosystems. **Each pack will contain 1 x 4-500g fish, scaled and Gutted - supplied Frozen**

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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.
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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.
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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](https://www.fishforthought.co.uk/blog/how-to-cook-fresh-fish)