Image alt text
Blue Warehou

Warehous have a thick fillet with very few bones. Skinless, boned-out fillets, free of the dark flesh (which occurs on the sides), can be cut from the usual fillet to produce a luscious, lightly coloured and flavoursome fillet.Warehous are ideal for smoking, grilling, frying, baking or barbecuing. Being slightly dry, they also marinate wonderfully in citrus or rice wine flavours. Diners will find...

Learn More
Image alt text
Silver Trevally

Trevallies have superb eating qualities, with a strong but not overpowering flavour. They are an excellent choice for children as their bones are easily removed. Bake, grill, smoke and deep or shallow fry trevally, but preferably serve skinless. They can be excellent in sashimi and popular when served fried with chips. Smoking helps to reduce the oiliness, which is high in some species. Curried o...

Learn More
Image alt text
Yellowtail Kingfish

Yellowtail kingfish, the premium member of this group, has a medium to strong, distinct and pleasing flavour. With few bones and a good recovery rate, it is adaptable to all kinds of appetising approaches. It is often sold as cutlets or steaks but can be cooked whole. The most suitable methods of preparation for yellowtail kingfish are grilling, barbecuing, baking and deep and shallow frying. Mor...

Learn More
Image alt text
Gemfish

Gemfish is a very versatile fish. With its firm to medium texture, large flake and medium flavour, it holds its shape using a range of cooking methods, including shallow frying, grilling, poaching, steaming and smoking. Deep frying and poaching help keep the flesh moist. Gemfish can be poached in a mixture of coconut milk, water, sherry and lime juice, and these flavours combine well with ginger,...

Learn More
Image alt text
Southern Sand Flathead

Flatheads are superb table fishes, with finely textured flesh. It can also be steamed, poached, pan-fried or grilled. But many argue it is the best Australian fish for fish’n’chips. The sweet flesh, which can tend to dry out sightly with most cooking methods, is moist, flaky and tender when encased in a light tempura style batter, and served with chips and tartare or mayonnaise. The use of a sau...

Learn More
Image alt text
Golden Perch

Ideal as fillets or whole, and well suited to baking, shallow frying, grilling, barbecuing and poaching. The fillets, which are meaty, sturdy and retain their shape when cooked, are well suited to stir-fries, soups, risottos and pasta dishes. Golden perch is particularly good steamed and marries well with the Asian flavours of chilli, coriander, soy, ginger and garlic. It is prized in Chinese cui...

Learn More
Image alt text
Bigeye Tuna

Tunas have firm, thick fillets and make succulent meat substitutes. It is importnat to know which cut of the tuna you have when deciding how you will cook or serve it raw. The belly of the tuna will have a much higher fat content, this requires much less heat to bring out the flavours. Caution when grilling this cut on the barbeque as the oil may burn leaving an acrid flavour, it is much better t...

Learn More