Black Cod Fillets 220-260gram

£16.95

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These skin on, pin bone in vac packed fillets, are a new one for us. A very good portion of msc sustainability caught black cod.

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Black Cod is an oily, cold-water fish that is widely eaten in the Nordic countries, Argentina, Iceland, Canada and the United Kingdom.

It is popular because of its versatility and relative cheapness. It can be baked, fried, grilled or poached easily.

It can be served on its own, with spices or in a sauce. It can be used as ingredients in many different meals.

The black cod fillet is popular due to its low price and excellent taste.

Black Cod Fillet contains high levels of protein, which makes it favourable for vegetarians and vegans. It is also perfect for people following a healthy diet plan.

This food product has excellent shelf life thanks to its high protein content which provides a low level of lactose.

Taste:

The frozen Black Cod Fillet is easy to prepare and a good alternative to other white fish. It is used mainly at home, as well as in restaurants, or for catering.

Depending on how it is prepared, it can be eaten as an entrée along with potatoes or rice or as a starter. The fish also goes well with pasta and can be used in salads.

Frozen Black Cod Fillet is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. The scrumptious and oozingly delish fillets have a mouthwatering flavour that is rich in many nutrients.

Low in calories, they are the perfect choice for people who like light and tasty fish dishes.

Black Cod Fillet is popular among young people, as it has a mild taste and can be cooked in different ways, thus satisfying all tastes.

Responsibly-Sourced:

Black Cod Fillet has since become very popular all over the world. It is one of the most environmentally friendly products, not only because of its low-fat content but also because it requires a minimum of packaging and refrigeration to keep it fresh.

The fresh cod fillets we use are sustainably sourced. Once harvested, low-impact fishing practices are used, to not disturb the ecosystem.

The rest of the fish is chilled in a controlled manner for no more than three days after being harvested. This is the only way that it can be preserved without losing its delicate taste and texture. After that, it can be freeze-dried.