Swordfish

Swordfish

Buy swordfish steaks from the Fish Society! Beloved of game fishers, the fearless swordfish co-starred in Hollywood epic - The Perfect Storm - against George Clooney. (I'm showing my age.) We have two grades - the best hand-cut by us from fresh loins flown in from the Indian Ocean. Or choose more economical processed-at-source swordfish steaks from Viet Nam. Both have dense white meat, reminiscent of pork. Brush with oil, scatter a few herbs and grill or BBQ briefly for a top grade eating experience.

Buy swordfish steaks from the Fish Society! Beloved of game fishers, the fearless swordfish co-starred in Hollywood epic - The Perfect Storm - against George Clooney. (I'm showing my age.)... read more »
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Swordfish

Swordfish

Buy swordfish steaks from the Fish Society! Beloved of game fishers, the fearless swordfish co-starred in Hollywood epic - The Perfect Storm - against George Clooney. (I'm showing my age.) We have two grades - the best hand-cut by us from fresh loins flown in from the Indian Ocean. Or choose more economical processed-at-source swordfish steaks from Viet Nam. Both have dense white meat, reminiscent of pork. Brush with oil, scatter a few herbs and grill or BBQ briefly for a top grade eating experience.

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Two swordfish steaks
Swordfish steaks
Our hand cut sword steaks are produced by us from large fresh fillets rushed by air from the Indian Ocean at considerable expense. Undoubtedly a little bit naughty in terms of food miles. As an alternative, we offer these steaks from a...
From £12.40
Hand cut swordfish steaks
Hand cut swordfish steaks
A fine fish with a similar meaty texture to the tuna, but lighter in colour (and cooks to white). These steaks are packed with two steaks per pack and are skinless so are ready to be cooked. Most customers opt for pan-frying or grilling...
From £17.70
Raw swordfish misshapes
Swordfish misshapes
Misshapes are nice pieces of fish that are left over when we make steaks. They’re boneless and skinless. You could cook them up by themselves - just flash fry in butter - or mix a few packs up to make a fish stew or fish pie.
£6.70
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