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Red snapper fillet steaks

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There are 125 species of snapper, including about 25 red ones. However, as fish guru Alan Davidson said, ’snappers, almost without exception, make very good eating’. We’d agree, particularly if they are grilled or baked. The snapper on this page is also known as Mangrove red snapper and its more of a copper colour than red. Very distinguished! We have XL-size fillets flown in fresh from India. We cut them into bullets (extra thick ££), fillet steaks (thick ££) and fillet portions (thinner, £) from the tail end of the fish.

  • Cut from fresh thick fillets
  • Choose bullets, fillet steaks or fillet portions
  • A favourite fish from the Indian Ocean

Scientific name: Lutjanus argentimaculatus

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