Plaice Fillets Frozen – 1kg

£14.99

How to cook plaice

When buying whole plaice, look for bright orange spots and clear eyes, as these are indications of freshness. Plaice is best eaten on the day of purchase but can be kept until the next day, otherwise it will keep in the freezer for a couple of months.

Plaice is very often bread crumbed and either shallow or deep-fried. Its thin fillets and delicate flesh means quick cooking methods such as frying are perfect. Try cutting into strips before bread crumbing to make goujons as a tasty snack, or for a healthier option try baking or grilling the fish. Simply season with a little salt and brush with olive oil before placing under a hot grill for few minutes or in a hot oven on a lined baking tray. You could also try cooking a whole plaice for an impressive dinner for two – smother with butter and lemon juice and simply roast in the oven until a knife goes easily through the flesh to the bone.

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Plaice Fillets Frozen

European Plaice is by far the most important species in the Dutch fisheries. Plaice is caught in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, in the coastal waters of Europe and in the western Mediterranean. The large Dutch quotum guarantees a constant supply of fresh plaice. Plaice can reach a length of 1 m and a weight of 7 kg.

How to cook plaice

When buying whole plaice, look for bright orange spots and clear eyes, as these are indications of freshness. Plaice is best eaten on the day of purchase but can be kept until the next day, otherwise it will keep in the freezer for a couple of months.

Plaice is very often bread crumbed and either shallow or deep-fried. Its thin fillets and delicate flesh means quick cooking methods such as frying are perfect. Try cutting into strips before bread crumbing to make goujons as a tasty snack, or for a healthier option try baking or grilling the fish. Simply season with a little salt and brush with olive oil before placing under a hot grill for few minutes or in a hot oven on a lined baking tray. You could also try cooking a whole plaice for an impressive dinner for two – smother with butter and lemon juice and simply roast in the oven until a knife goes easily through the flesh to the bone.

Plaice Fillets Frozen

Plaice Fillets Frozen

 

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Weight 0.00000000 kg