Saithe Filet

Saithe Filet

Saithe fillet is already free of bones and skin. It has nothing to do with real salmon despite its name resemblance. Saithe Filet is quite mild in taste and does not smell of fish. Fresh saithe fillet looks slightly rosy, while frozen saithe fillet looks white. Also, the pieces of fresh pollack fillet are usually bigger and thicker and remain juicier even after frying. Saithe fillet can be roasted or stewed and is also very suitable for baking fish due to its firm flesh.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
80 kcal
0 g
18 g
1 g

Recipes with Saithe Filet

Back fish
Back fish Baked fish is prepared in this recipe with a dough without beer, so that children can also eat. Traditionally, baked fish is fried in beer batter. ...
Back fish in beer dough with remoulade
Back fish in beer dough with remoulade For baking fish in beer dough with remoulade first melt butter and let cool. Mix flour and beer. ...
Back fish in strudel dough
Back fish in strudel dough For baking fish in the strudel dough preheat the oven to 200° and line a baking tray with baking paper. Remove any remaining bones from the saithe fillet. ...
Back fish with Labskaus
Back fish with Labskaus For baking fish with Labskaus first boil salt potatoes. Drain the potatoes. ...
Baked fish with foils potatoes
Baked fish with foils potatoes For baking fish in beer batter with foil potatoes first preheat the oven to 225 ° C. Wash, brush and dry two potatoes. ...
Baked fish with leek vegetables
Baked fish with leek vegetables For baking fish with leek and vegetables, saithe fillet is fried in baking batter. For the dough mix 125 g flour with 1/8 l milk. ...
Baked fish with potato salad
Baked fish with potato salad tastes very tasty and saturates well. For the baked fish in beer batter first pollock fillet rinse and dry. ...
Cook fish with garlic sauce
Cook fish with garlic sauce For cooking fish with garlic sauce, first pour fish stock and wine into a saucepan. Add 1/2 onion, pepper, grains and bay leaves. ...
Fish & chips with garlic dip
Fish & chips with garlic dip For Fish & Chips with garlic dip first preheat the oven to 220° C. For the chips, wash the potatoes and cut them into slices with the skin on. ...

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