Baked, Boiling, Braised, Broiled, Broth, Canned, Confit, Cured, Curry, Marinated, Marinating, Oven Roasted, Pan Frying, Pan Seared, Pasta, Pizza, Poached, Raw, Ready to eat, Salads, Sandwiches, Sashimi, Sashimi Grade, Sauce Stock, Sauteed, Snacks, Soups, Steam, Stew, Sushi, Grilled, Boiled, Fried
|How to Store|
Air Flown Fresh Salmon Trout Fillet
From SGD $101.00
Air Flown Fresh Salmon Trout is farmed in Norwegian cold & clean waters off the coast of Norway. A versatile fish prepared with the skin on for ease of cooking and to give a fuller flavour.
We maintain a temperature controlled cold chain to ensure our products maintain product quality from time of manufacture to your doorstep.
Responsibly sourcing our Air Flown Fresh Trout is important to us which is why at FISK we work with responsibly managed farms and fisheries to continually improve their high standards of quality, welfare and sustainability. Responsibly Sourced Carefully chosen for freshness and a tender texture.
Cold Water seafood generally take a longer time to grow thus this gives more fat to the fish. This results in a better flavour on your plate.
A normal meal of Trout (200g fillet) contains about 1.8EPA and DHA. This makes Norwegian Trout one of the richest food sources of Omega-3.
A normal meal of Norwegian Trout covers a person’s weekly needs of Omega-3 fatty acids, following The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recommendations.
What is the difference between Air Flown Fresh Salmon and Air Flown Fresh Salmon Trout?
- They are similar in nature but the main differences are their colour, fat content, fat distribution and appearance.
- Trout has a brighter red colour than Salmon.
- Trout has less fat content than Salmon.
- Trout has more intermuscular fat or marbling than Salmon.
- Trout is shorter than Salmon and more wider round shape.
- Sashimi Grade
- Air Flown Fresh
- Cutlet contains bones
- Fillet contains less or no bones
- All cuts come with skin on
- Weight includes bones
- During portioning, weight of product decreases due to trimmings.
Skin is tasty!
So when you’re cooking Salmon Trout, keep that skin on: It provides a safety layer between your fish’s flesh and a hot pan or grill.For
- Salmon Trout to be pan seared correctly, first heat your frying pan over medium heat for about four minutes.
- Massage the fillet with olive oil, then place it in the hot frying pan.
- Raise the temperature to high heat and cook for three minutes. Raising the temperature of the pan creates a crispy sear on the outside of the fish, while keeping the inside delicately tender.
- While the fish is cooking, season with salt and pepper.
- Flip the fillet and cook for an additional three minutes, then remove it from the pan and serve with a fresh lemon wedge.