Seafood Fish Fillet
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Fish gutted and cleaned under hygienic conditions and Fillets (boneless) proportioned to net weight and priced accordingly. Yield 100%.
Barracuda / Tou / Toll / Tonki
The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size, fearsome appearance and ferocious behaviour. The barracuda is a saltwater fish of the genus Sphyraena, the only genus in the family Sphyraenidae. It is found in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide ranging from the eastern border of the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea, on its western border the Caribbean Sea, and in tropical areas of the Pacific Ocean. Barracudas reside near the top of the water and near coral reefs and sea grasses. The calories in Barracuda per 114g (1 fish small edible part) is 169 calories. Barracuda is calculated to be 148 Cal per 100 grams making 80 Cal equivalent to 54.05g with 21.55g of mostly protein 8.21g of fat 0.11g of carbohydrates in 114g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin D and Vitamin B12.
Barramundi / Chonok / Khajura / Sea Bass / Betki
The barramundi (Lates calcarifer) or Asian sea bass, is a species of catadromous fish in family Latidae of order Perciformes. The species is widely distributed in the Indo-West Pacific region from Southeast Asia to Papua New Guinea and Northern Australia. Known in Thai language as pla kapong, it is very popular in Thai cuisine. The barramundi (Lates calcarifer) or Asian sea bass, is a species of catadromous fish in family Latidae of order Perciformes. The species is widely distributed in the Indo-West Pacific region from Southeast Asia to Papua New Guinea and Northern Australia. Known in Thai language as pla kapong, it is very popular in Thai cuisine. In goa, termed as Chonok and rest of India as sea bass. Most of the exotic species of fish such as Barramundi/Red Snapper/Grouper sourced from the reefs of Bandra/Worli/Dadar/Malad and generally a day's catch.
Blue Fin Tuna / Bugdi / Bakado / Cupa (Pink Flesh)
A tuna (also called tunny) is a saltwater fish that belongs to the tribe Thunnini, a subgrouping of the Scombridae (mackerel) family. The Thunnini comprise 15 species across five genera. Tuna, opah, and mackerel sharks are the only species of fish that can maintain a body temperature higher than that of the surrounding water. An active and agile predator, the tuna has a sleek, streamlined body, and is among the fastest-swimming pelagic fish. Found in warm seas, it is extensively fished commercially, and is popular as a game fish. Yellow fin tuna’s selenium content (77 mcg) is 110 percent of the daily value for a 2,000-calorie diet. It has 24 percent of the DV for phosphorus- 236 mg. The 375 mg of potassium contributes 11 percent to the recommended daily intake. This serving has trace amounts of calcium, copper, iron, manganese, magnesium and zinc.
Cobia / Lemon Fish / Modso / Chakla
The cobia is sold commercially and commands a relatively high price for its firm texture and excellent flavor. However, no designated wild fishery exists because it is a solitary species. It is typically served in the form of grilled or poached fillets.
Giant Trevally / Concar / Long Fin Cavalla
The giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis), also known as the lowly trevally, barrier trevally, giant kingfish or ulua, is a species of large marine fish classified in the jack family, Carangidae. The giant trevally is distributed throughout the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific region, with a range stretching from South Africa in the west to Hawaii in the east, including Japan in the north and Australia in the south. The calories in White Trevally per 135g (1 fish small edible part) is 227 calories. White Trevally is calculated to be 168Cal per 100 grams making 80Cal equivalent to 47.62g with 29.57g of mostly protein, 10.8g of fat, 0.14g of carbohydrates in 135g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin D and Vitamin B12.
Grouper / Gobro / Ekru / Hamour / Reef Cod
Groupers are fish of any of a number of genera in the subfamily Epinephelinae of the family Serranidae, in the order Perciformes. Not all serranids are called groupers; the family also includes the sea basses. The common name grouper is usually given to fish in one of two large genera: Epinephelus and Mycteroperca. In addition, the species classified in the small genera Anyperidon, Cromileptes, Dermatolepis, Gracila, Saloptia, and Triso are also called groupers. Grouper comes in numerous varieties, colors and sizes. Like most fish, grouper contains large amounts of protein, minimal amounts of saturated fat and no sugar. Unlike fatty cold-water fish, grouper does not supply large amounts of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Because of its low calorie content, grouper makes an excellent food choice when you're watching your calories. Most of the exotic species of fish such as Barramundi/Red Snapper/Grouper sourced from the reefs of Bandra/Worli/Dadar/Malad and generally a day's catch.
Imported Scottish Salmon / Dyne / Chinook / Trout
The protein found in salmon is easily digestible by the body. The building block of proteins, called amino acids, are essential for our cells, tissues, enzymes, hormone and organs. Apart from the enzymes, present in salmon, working on the repair of the cardio-vascular tissues, omega-3 fatty acids help in lowering the cholesterol, maintaining the flexibility of arteries and veins and strengthening cardiac muscles. Omega-3 fatty acids are also highly beneficial for improving memory.
Jewfish / Ghol / Mulloway
The fish is considered a delicacy, but more importantly, it is prized in East Asia for the medicinal properties of its internal organs. The highest grade fish are procured by countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Japan. The most expensive known catch of a blackspotted croaker was made by two Indian fishermen near the Mumbai-Palghar coastline; the fish weighing 30 kg sold for Rs 5.5 lakh. Protonibea diacanthus, commonly known as the blackspotted croaker, is a species of fish native to the Indo-Pacific region.This fish is considered amongst the most-expensive variety of the marine fish. Its heart is known as the 'Sea Gold', which is said to have medicinal properties and is an important ingredient in making a variety of medicines.
BenefitsSuper fish you may call it. The calories in Jewfish per 114g (1 fish small edible part) is 169 calories. Jewfish is calculated to be 148 Cal per 100 grams making 80Cal equivalent to 54.05g with 21.55g of mostly protein 8.21g of fat 0.11g of carbohydrates in 114g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin D and Vitamin B12.
King Fish / Viswon / Surmai / Seer Fish / King Mackerel
The king mackerel or kingfish (Scomberomorus cavalla) is a migratory species of mackerel of the western Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. It is an important species to both the commercial and recreational fishing industries. king mackerel are primarily marketed fresh. They may be sold as fillets, steaks, or in the round (whole). Their raw flesh is grayish, due to its high fat content. They are best prepared by grilling, frying, baking or, especially for large "smoker" king, by smoking.
Mahi – Mahi / Dorado / Popat / Dolphin Fish
Eating mahi mahi benefits your health by contributing to your daily protein intake. Each 3-ounce serving of the fish provides 20.2 grams of protein, which your body uses to maintain your tissues. Mahi mahi is a source of complete protein, which means it contains all the essential amino acids you need to survive. This protein provides all the amino acids you need to make enzymes essential for cellular metabolism, produce hemoglobin required for oxygen transport and support healthy muscle tissue.
Queen Fish / Passport / Falay
The queenfish (Seriphus politus) is a species of fish in the family Sciaenidae, the drums and croakers. It is native to the eastern Pacific Ocean, where it occurs along the North American coastline from Oregon to Baja California; it has been recorded as far north as British Columbia. Its centre of distribution is the Southern California Bight, It is also known commonly as the queen croaker. This is the only species in the monotypic genus Seriphus
Red Snapper / Tamoshi / Tambusa / Chawra
Red snapper is a low-calorie, lean source of protein that is rich in selenium, vitamin A, potassium and omega-3 fatty acids. A diet that regularly incorporates these nutrients may significantly benefit your health by preventing serious medical conditions. Most of the exotic species of fish such as Barramundi/Red Snapper/Grouper sourced from the reefs of Bandra/Worli/Dadar/Malad and generally a day's catch. The mangrove red snapper is a highly regarded table fish with firm, sweet-tasting, white flesh. While often a nuisance species when targeting the infamous barramundi, many fisherman rate the eating qualities of the jack higher than it. The mangrove red snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus), commonly called mangrove jack within Australia, is a species of snapper. It is also known as creek red bream, the Stuart evader, dog bream, mangrove red snapper, purple sea perch, purple sea-perch, red bass, red bream, red perch, red reef bream, river roman, or rock barramundi.
Sail Fish / Pal / Tad Masa / Blue Fin Marlin
The Atlantic blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) is a species of marlin endemic to the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic blue marlin (hereafter, blue marlin) feeds on a wide variety of organisms near the surface. It uses its bill to stun, injure, or kill while knifing through a school of fish or other prey, then returns to eat the injured or stunned fish. Marlin is a popular game fish. The relatively high fat content of its meat makes it commercially valuable in certain markets. It is the national fish of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Blue marlin are distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean. A blue water fish that spends the majority of its life in the open sea far from land, the blue marlin preys on a wide variety of marine organisms, mostly near the surface, often using its bill to stun or injure its prey. Some other historic English names for the blue marlin are Cuban black marlin, ocean gar, and ocean guard. 114 gms of sail fish contain 130 Calories. Sodium 105mg, fat 4 gms. Protein 23 gms. and Cholestrol 55mg.
Threadfin / Indian Salmon / Rangos / Rawas
Eleutheronema tetradactylum, also known as fourfinger threadfin, Indian salmon, blue threadfin, or Rawas, is a threadfin fish of the Polynemidae family. This is a commercially valuable species, known for uses in aquaculture. It occurs mainly over shallow muddy bottoms in coastal waters, often forming loose schools. Adults of this species enter rivers during winter. Adults feed on prawns, fish, and occasionally polychaetes, while juveniles feed on prawns, shrimps, and mysids. This Indian Salmon is widely known as Gurjali fish in Bangladesh. it is also found in the water ecosystem normally seen in fresh water. The protein found in salmon is easily digestible by the body. The building block of proteins, called amino acids, are essential for our cells, tissues, enzymes, hormone and organs. Apart from the enzymes, present in salmon, working on the repair of the cardio-vascular tissues, omega-3 fatty acids help in lowering the cholesterol, maintaining the flexibility of arteries and veins and strengthening cardiac muscles. Omega-3 fatty acids are also highly beneficial for improving memory.
Yellow Fin Tuna / Bugdi / Bakado / Cupa
Tuna is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids which have been shown to support cardiovascular health. It can help promote cardiovascular health by increasing the concentration of good (HDL) cholesterol in the body. Since tuna can help prevent blood clots and improves blood flow, it can help prevent the risk of stroke. Fresh tuna is naturally high in potassium but low in sodium, and research has suggests that a diet high in potassium and low in sodium can help control blood pressure. The omega 3 fatty acids found in tuna are also play a role in keeping your blood pressure within the normal range.
Basa Fillet / Shingala Fillet / Vietnamese Basa Fillet
Basa fish fillets are low in calories, as a 100-gram fillet contains 90 calories. This amount comprises just 4.5 percent of the daily suggested calorie intake of 2,000. If you're dieting, basa fillets can be a good choice, as it would take less than 10 minutes of jogging or less than 11 minutes of swimming to burn the calories in a 100-gram basa fillet. Vietnamese Basa Fillets are generally ice glazed with a ration of 60:40 i.e. 600 gms fillets and 400 gms water