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Wild-caught skinless Smooth Oreo Dory Fish fillets from New Zealand. The fillets are firm, white, and do not flake easily. They hold together well while cooking and are suitable for most cooking methods including baked, sauteed, poached, steamed, barbecued, casseroles, or for use in a soup/chowder. The fillets are medium-sized and thin which allows for quick and convenient cooking.
Each pack weighs 750g (1.65lbs.) and contains around 6 individual fillets. The fish fillets come individually quick-frozen in a resealable bag for convenience. Simply remove the number of fillets you need to defrost and cook from the bag at any time.
All fish are caught in New Zealand waters by the Talley's fishery which employs New Zealand fishermen. All catches are monitored and managed by the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries using government-regulated quotas to meet sustainability requirements. The fish is caught, processed, frozen, and packed in New Zealand only. We directly import the frozen fish to Japan from New Zealand and no further processing or repackaging is done locally. This way we can guarantee 100% traceability.
|Contents||1 pack contains about 6 fillets|
|Weight||Approx. 750g (1.65lbs.)|
|Serves||Serves 2-3 depending on the recipe|
|Shipping||Shipping and delivery is frozen|
|Handling||Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)|
|Defrosting Time||In the fridge: approx. 24h
In ice-water: approx. 2h
|Cooking Method||Fry-Pan, Fry, Saute, Steam|
|Expiration||Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume defrosted fillets within 2 days.
|Also known as||Smooth Oreo, Smooth Dory, Hyoumatoudai|
|Country of origin||New Zealand|
|Fishing area||Chatham Rise and in the South-Eastern area of New Zealand.|
|Fishing season||Caught year-round|
|Sustainability||100% of New Zealand’s commercial catch is from sustainable fish stocks managed by the Ministry for Primary Industries of New Zealand using the Quota Management System (QMS) and enforced under the Fisheries Act.|
|Country of processing||New Zealand|
|Country of export||New Zealand|
|Processing undertaken||Deboned (there might be still some small minor bones left) and deskinned|
|Traceability||100% from sea to table|
|Packaging||Individually frozen fillets, resealable pouch. There is a small hole in the pouch to vent the air and prevent the package from bursting during transport. This introduces no quality or safety issues.|
|Package size||30 x 25 x 8cm (11.82" x 9.8" x 3.1")|
|Nutritional Values per 100g serving||Energy: 343kJ
Translated from Japanese: Since it’s frozen in pieces, only as much as needed can be thawed, and it’s very convenient because it has no bones or skin. I made soup and meunière, and I could taste the richness and slight greasiness compared to cod, so I’d like to combine it with tomato sauce next time.
Translated from Japanese: It might be a little a little dry? The meat was good so I bought some fish as well. I fried it.
Translated from Japanese: I buy this every time. I put it in miso soup or make sea bream rice. My 3-year-old son also eats it happily. It tastes very good.
Translated from Japanese: It is easy to cook because it’s without bones and doesn’t crumble. Since the piece is large, it’s useful as a main dish for dinner. It has a fresh taste and is delicious.
Translated from Japanese: It's not the soft type, it's plump, it's pale and it's very delicious. I fried it!