- Each pack contains two skinless, boneless wolf fish fillet portions
- Oven baking these fillets keeps them really moist
- a 320g pack would be enough for two good sized main portions
This fish had a surge in popularity when Heston Blumenthal served it up on Channel 4 a few years ago. It’s not a good looker, but the flesh is excellent, which may be attributed to its diet of sea urchins, crabs and clams - which it grinds up with what one writer called ’great pavements of teeth’. The flesh is pure white but well-knitted together (unlike, say, the flakey muscles of the cod). That makes it quite versatile in the kitchen and will be a real treat for any fishlover. (Wolf fish is also known as catfish, but has nothing to do with freshwater farmed catfish).