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Fish species in the kitchen: Atlantic hake Merluccius albidus Mitchill, 1818

Fish species in the kitchen: Atlantic hake Merluccius albidus Mitchill, 1818

Classification and fishing area

Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Gadiformes
Family: Merlucciidae
Kind: Merluccius
Species: M. albidus

Species widespread in the western Atlantic Ocean, from southern Nova Scotia to the French sheath, including the Caribbean.

Hake or Atlantic Cod Merluccius albidus (photo JAMARC)

Hake or Atlantic Cod Merluccius albidus

Purchase and conservation

Fishing seasonality: fishing all year round.
Species not of particular interest on our markets, marketed fresh or frozen, both whole and in fillets or in slices.
In the refrigerator it is kept for a day.

Use in the kitchen

It is excellent boiled, stewed, roasted, chopped and served in meatballs or steamed and seasoned with extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice.

Hake with peas
After washing and drying the hake, brown it in butter in a pan. Temporarily remove the hake from the pan and in the same butter season a chopped parsley and onion. Add the peas that you have boiled separately and reach the hake. Season with salt and pepper as needed and cook over low heat for 15 minutes.

Nutritional values

Nutritional values ​​100 grams: 105 kcal
Composition:
- Protein 22.83 gr
- Fat 0.86 gr
- Carbohydrates 0 gr
- Sugars 0 gr
- Water 75.92

Sources
www.ismea.it
www.ilmaredamare.it
www.repertorioittico.uniprom.it
www.valori-alimenti.com
www.ricercadiricette.it
www.buonissimo.org


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