Hake Fillet Portions Skin On x 2
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Hake Fillet Portions Skin On x 2

£10.002022-02-28outofstock
Weight 200g x 2
Serves 2

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Description

 

Hake has a subtle and delicious flavour similar to and - according to many - superior to cod. The soft white flesh firms up on cooking, resulting in a dense meaty texture.

Hake are slender, deep sea members of the cod family, immensely popular in Spain and Italy. They have a long, round, almost snake like body with grey and silver coloured skin. The lateral line is white, edged black on either side. The large mouth displays sharp, pointy teeth, giving it a vicious appearance. They are slow growing, reaching over 100cm and 15kg in weight and mainly feed on prawns which creates a pinky white coloured flesh.

We buy the whole fish on the daily auctions at Scrabster, Peterhead, or Shetland. Our fishmongers remove the scales before filleting and and portioning the fish. We work hard to bring you only the very freshest fish available.

A firm favourite of the team at Campbells Prime Meat, we love it served with a robust Mediterranean style chunky tomato and caper sauce

Scientific Name: Merluccius merluccius
Provenance: Scotland
Catch or Cultivation Method: Purse Seine Netted
Preparation: Scaled, pin bones removed.
Refrigerated Shelf Life From Despatch Date: 3 Days

 

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Nutrition guide

Nutritional Information (Per 100g) 

Energy (kcal): 92
Energy (kJ): 387
Fat (g): 2.2
Of which saturates (g): 0.3
Carbohydrates (g): 0.0
Of which sugars (g): 0.0
Protein (g): 18.0
Salt (g): 0.25

Ingredients

HAKE (Merluccius merluccius)

Allergens

Fish

May contain: Crustaceans, Molluscs

 

 

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How to cook

All raw fish products must be cooked thoroughly until they are piping hot.

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Packaging

Your meat order is kept cool in transit because we either use an insulated expanded polystyrene box, or a recyclable tough corrugated cardboard box which is foil lined and insulated with bubble wrap. Both boxes are leak-proof and sturdy.

To keep your delivery cool, it is packed along with specially designed ice packs. Our ice packs are made with a frozen water-based gel, which keeps the meat at the correct temperature for up to 48 hours. When the ice does melt, it stays as a gel, which prevents the delivery becoming wet.

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