Caught, filleted and frozen and their peak of freshness, Wholey brings to you these delicious Whiting Fillets. Whiting are caught in the icy cold, crystal clear waters off the coast of Chile and Argentina. Only the finest fillets are chosen - those with a tender, flaky texture and mild yet delicious taste. Whiting fillets are an ideal choice, and are easy to include in a wide cariety of your favorite fish recipes.
There are a variety of cooking methods for whiting: baking, broiling, frying, or sautéing. Its flesh is light, firm, lean, sweet and delicate but can turn mushy if cooked too slowly. Whiting is a good fish to use in fishcakes and homemade fish fingers. Like Pollack, its taste is sensational if eaten very fresh. The French use whiting (called merlan) to make mousseline (a sort of fish pâté) or treat it to a number of lovely wine-based or cider-based sauces. Or mix whiting with other white fish in pies and soups.