Breaded Flounder (Case)


Breaded Fish:Br2

Wild Caught

CRC-OU Kosher Supervision

Size of each piece is approx. 5 oz

Comes as a case of 10 pounds

The final price may vary slightly according to the weight

Additional information

Original price was: $89.99.Current price is: $76.49.


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Product Description

Flounder fish is kosher and falls into the category of flatfish. This fish, found all along the US Pacific Coast and down into Mexico, is a lean protein fish that provides an excellent amount of nutrients to your diet that provides a wide array of health benefits. Some of those valuable nutrients include low-calorie protein, vitamin B, phosphorus, and magnesium. The founder has an appetizing mild fish flavor with a sweet undertone perfect for first-time fish eaters.  Its white meat has a lovely delicate texture and a lighter level of oil and moisture. The flavor of flounder is similar to the flavor profile of fish like halibut, branzino, or tilapia. Due to the subtle flavor of flounder, it can be seasoned and flavored according to personal preference.

Though there are almost endless ways to cut, prepare, season, and cook flounder, breaded and fried flounder is one of the best and absolutely mouthwatering ways to cook the fish. When fried, the breaded coat becomes a crispy layer that adds a crunchy texture and also retains the moisture and flavor of the fish inside.

This breaded flounder case contains 10 pounds of delicious breaded flounder.

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