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What Is Redfish?
Have you tried Frozen Redfish? Your local restaurants are cooking it up in all of their dishes because they know that the mild, slightly sweet taste and flaky meat make a great alternative to other white-meat fish like Snapper.
Each fillet is hand-cut and boneless for easy preparation no matter how you cook it–even without skin! You’ll love this fresh new dish from your favourite chefs at home, too; each one comes with its recipe card, so there’s never an excuse not to try something new again.
The redfish are typically found off the coasts of Norway and “the shores of America.” It has long been considered a popular fish, and it can be easily identified by its bright orange colour or sometimes dark red hue in some instances. The name “redfish” comes from the reddish tint on this oceanic creature’s scales that turns to an iridescent copper sheen when wet with water droplets (or oil).