Mullet - Grey, Fresh, Wild, USA (2lb avg)
Grey Mullet is silver-grey, and is distinguished from its cousin the Black Mullet for its lack of stripes. It’s also considered milder and higher in fat with firm white flesh and a nutty flavor like Crustaceans. So if you like Lobster and Crab, give it a try!
Region & Fishery
Mullet swim in large schools and are commonly seen jumping out of the water, hence the name ”Jumping Mullet.”
Pan fry, deep fry, bake or broil your Grey Mullet like they do in the American South, with medium strength spices and herbs. You can even throw it on the grill, basting it with a mild barbecue sauce. Remember to remove the skin.
Mullet is extra lean in saturated fat and low in sodium. It is an excellent source of Iron, and a good source of Calcium.
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Grilling
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Pan Roasting
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