Gurnard

Gurnard comes in three types in British waters: red; grey, and yellow (also called tub). Years ago Gurnard was used as crab and lobster bait but with its firm white flesh, is now valued for its quality and flavour. Pan-frying is the ideal cooking method, especially paired with Mediterranean flavours. Available throughout the year; ranges in size from 200g to 2kg.

Origin: Cornwall/UK

Nutritional information per 100g

Kcal: 80
Protein:
18.3g
Carbohydrates:
0g
Sugars:
0g
Fat:
0.7g
Saturates:
0.1g
Salt:
150mg

Allergen information: Contains fish/fish products

 

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