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Cooking Guidelines for Fresh Fish:
|Baby NW Snapper||
Best in curries because of its mild flavour an ability to hold its form.
Great for BBQ or grill. Also good steamed and oven baked as the moisture is retained.
Best pan seared.
Generally used for battering and deepfrying but can also be cooked on the BBQ or baked when marinated fish. Excellent for soups and the texture makes it perfect for fish cakes.
|Groper (Blue groper and NZ)||
Works well cooked most ways (baked, pan seared, boiled, deep fried and wet preparation)
Great cooked just about any way except in wet dishes as it will be lost.
Ideal for stew or soup. Can be seared or grilled but on a low heat because the low oil content can cause it dry out.
Best suited to crumbing and battering. Not recommended for pan frying.
Ideal for delicate fish recipes but is suitable for most cooking methods.
Best suited to gentle cooking methods such as pan frying on a low heat or steaming.
Useable in most dishes but recommended for wet dishes such as curries.
Great for sashimi, grilled or oven bake.
It can be cooked in practically every way, or alternatively served raw as sashimi.
Great panfried or in pasta dishes. Also gret grilled, baked or slow cooked. Can also be crumbed or battered.
Can be served most ways. Works well oven baked, pan seared, poached and grilled.
Ideal for pan frying, crumbing and battering.
Excellent for BBQ or deep frying and battering.