Whiting

whiting

 

Whiting is a smaller member of the cod family, rarely more than about a foot long and often a lot less (cod can reach six feet). It lives in all the same waters as the cod, from Norway to Portugal and has good sustainability credentials. Long ago it had a reputation as being good for invalids - perhaps because the taste is quite neutral. Equally unfortunate was a style for serving it whole in a ring shape, the tail being pushed through the eye sockets. Madness. Stick to fillets. Here's a rehab job on the whiting, courtesy of The Spectator.

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Whiting

whiting

 

Whiting is a smaller member of the cod family, rarely more than about a foot long and often a lot less (cod can reach six feet). It lives in all the same waters as the cod, from Norway to Portugal and has good sustainability credentials. Long ago it had a reputation as being good for invalids - perhaps because the taste is quite neutral. Equally unfortunate was a style for serving it whole in a ring shape, the tail being pushed through the eye sockets. Madness. Stick to fillets. Here's a rehab job on the whiting, courtesy of The Spectator.

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Two skinless whiting fillets on chopping board
Whiting fillets
A simple honest fish, whiting is the perfect backdrop for interesting flavours - why not experiment by using it in some of your favourite fish dishes? Select between packs or 2 or 6 beautifully prepared pieces of fish.
From £3.90
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