唇指鲈

NEMADACTYLUS MACROPTERUS

Tarakihi

Tarakihi
  • Lengths available 30–40cm
  • Weight available 0.9–2.5kg Up to 6kg
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Medium to firm white flesh with a low to medium oil content; suitable for all methods of cooking.

Fillets are skinned and boned; or scaled skin on, pin bone in. Belong to the Cheilodactylidae family (terakihi, morwongs).

Most abundant south of East Cape, around Cook Strait, and on the east and west coasts of the South Island at depths of up to 250 metres.

Nutritional Information

  • Energy 337kj
  • Protein 17.9g
  • Total fat 0.9g
  • Saturated fat 0.2g
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Nutritional Information

Amounts (per 100g raw fillets)

Energy
337|kj
Protein
17.9|g
Total fat
0.9|g
Saturated fat
0.2|g
Cholesterol
0.3|g
Sugar
0.3|g

Catch Methods

  • Icons_Trawl-caught TRAWL CAUGHT
  • Icons_Long-Line LONG LINE

Where we're fishing

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Seasonal Availability

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Product Specifications

  • Icons_Chilled

    Chilled

    Whole fish
    Run of catch, graded small/medium / large 12kg (26.46lbs) per poly box.

    Fillets
    Skin on bone in/skinless, boneless
    5kg (11.02lbs) per poly box, 10kg (22.04lbs) per poly box.

  • Icons_Frozen

    Frozen

    Individually bagged 10kg (22.04lbs).

Storage, handling & defrost recommendations

  • Icons_Chilled

    Chilled

    Keep well chilled 0°C (32°F).

    Product received whole should have fillets removed to retain fillet quality and shelf life.

  • Icons_Frozen

    Frozen

    Best stored at –18°C (0°F) in supplied strapped cartons to avoid freezer burn/dehydration.

    Recommend cooking from frozen or semi frozen state to retain succulence.

    Do not thaw as fillets are moist.