Seafood

Squid, Shark, Skate, Eel

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    Arrow Squid

    With a light, subtle taste and firm, yet tender flesh, Arrow Squid have proved popular all around the world. Nototodaurus Sloanii and Nototodaurus Gouldi belong to the Ommastrephidae family (arrow s... Read More

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    Ghostshark- pale and dark

    Ghostshark has white, firm textured and boneless fillets which are often called Pearl. Ghostshark belongs to the Chimaeridae family (chimaeras, ghostsharks) Ghostshark is most abundant off the west... Read More

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    Elephantfish

    Elephant fish have firm white flesh with low oil content. The flesh of the elephant fish is of good edible quality and closely resembles that of Hapuka. However, like Shark it may require prior soaki... Read More

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    Skate- Smooth and Rough

    Considered a delicacy, Skate have moist, delicate flesh with a medium to low oil content. They are best served grilled, fried or baked. Members of the Rajidae family (skates) Rough- Dipturus nasutu... Read More

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    Conger Eel

    Conger Eel have white flesh, of a firm texture, that is less oily than the flesh of freshwater eels and does not flake readily on cooking. Conger Eels are marine eels that belong to the Congridae fa... Read More

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    School Shark / Flake

    School Shark belong to the Triakidae family (smooth dogfish). School Sharks are found throughout New Zealand’s coastal waters but are more common in the north. Typically School Sharks inhabit the ... Read More

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    Rig

    Rig have a firm, white and boneless flesh that does not flake easily and has a low oil content. It is often marketed as Lemonfish and is a favourite of New Zealand’s ‘fish and chip’ shops. Rig... Read More

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    Spiny Dogfish

    Flesh is white, firm, moist and boneless with medium oil content. Spiny Dogfish are members of the Squalidae family (dogfish). Spiny Dogfish are a demersal species and occur almost worldwide in coo... Read More