Flounder fish is a kosher unique species of flatfish found primarily in European waters and sometimes in North American waters. A fresh flounder fish fillet should have a mildly sweet flavor and not a hint of ‘fishy’ flavor or smell which makes it a very popular fish around the world. Though sole fish has a delicate flavor, its meat is actually firmer and with lower oil content. However, when a fresh or frozen sole fish fillet is cooked well, the meat turns tender and flaky while still retaining its pronounced structure that is often lost when cooking other species of fish.
This fish has such a wonderful flavor profile making it perfect to be cooked in many ways including, but not limited to baking, frying, pan-broiling, grilling, and deep-frying. In addition to its appetizing flavor and texture profile, sole fish also offer a great source of vitamin B12, phosphorus, and selenium.
Frozen flounder fillets are great to keep in the freezer as they thaw very well and maintain their original crisp freshness.