FISH- 8-10 oz. SNAPPER FILLET (10 lbs.) BulkRegular price $135.00
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Freshly frozen Snapper Fillet. (8-10 oz per piece)
10 lbs. bulk case. (16-20 pieces per case)
approximately $6.72 per serving
Snapper is lean and moist, with a sweetly mild but distinctive flavor and superb taste. The texture is lean but moist. The semi-firm meat is pinkish, with yellow tones, in a raw state, turning somewhat lighter when cooked. The trademark skin is a deep red along the back, fading to a pinkish-red underside.
|Total Fat:||1.3 g|
|Saturated Fat:||0.3 g|
|Omega 3:||0.4 g|
Red snapper responds well to just about any cooking method. Try steaming it whole, Chinese style. Some cooks also like to bake whole snapper stuffed with fresh herbs and seasonings.
Vietnam / Indonesia
Defrosting Fish in the refrigerator overnight is the best way because it ensures that it's never warm enough to give food-borne bacteria a chance to multiply. If the fish is thin enough, you may get away with defrosting in the morning, if you plan to cook in the evening. Do not remove fish from package, just place on a plate or directly on the shelf in your refrigerator.
If you need to quickly defrost, the next best way is:
- Do not remove the fish from the vacuum pack, this will help preserve the flavor when defrosting in cold water.
- Place the fish in a shallow dish or bowl submerged in cold water. Do not use warm or hot water, this will change the texture of the fish and can create food safety hazard.
- You can leave the water running with a tiny bit of narrow stream of water running into the bowl or dish. Or you can change water out every 20 minutes until completely defrosted.
- Remove fish from package, rinse with water, and pat dry with paper towel. Use the thawed fish immediately to ensure best results!