Marlin Steaks Tahitian 1kg/Fresh (Pre order from next landing)

$45.00
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MARLINSTEAKS
per 1 kg

Fresh from Pacific Tuna Tahiti. Long, lean and firm, Marlin is known as the Cadillac of fish among gourmets.  The white meat is firm and lean with a mild flavour.

 

 

Check out the Pacific Tuna Tahiti story below.



Preparation: It should be cooked until it just starts to flake. Care should be taken not to overcook Marlin. It is suitable fo most cooking methods. Lightly pan-frying works well (cook as per other NZ white fish).

Availability: Caught and available all year round.

Shelf life: Best consumed on arrival or within 3 days of receiving product.

Fish for your health: White fleshed fish is traditionally high in protein and low in fat. However, all fish provide an excellent source of Omega 3, which helps in lowering blood cholesterol and maintaining a healthy circulatory system.

Suggested wines: A dry, tangy white wine, with citrus notes, such a Riesling or Sauvignon Blanc, works well with Marlin. Alternatively Pinot Gris or Pinot Grigio is a crowd-pleasing choice for its easy drinkability on its own as well as its crisp, dry character.

 

The Pacific Tuna Tahiti Story:

Pacific Tuna Tahiti is a family business created in 1999.  Exporting all kinds of gamefish caught in French Polynesia.  Pacific Tuna offers a large variety of fresh products in order to adapt to different requirements of its customers.  All fish produced by Pacific Tuna Tahiti are 100% Wild Caught.  Since 2018 Paicific tuna has the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) eco-label ensuring the sustainable, wild and traceable nature of our fisheries.  Indeed, all our fish are wild caught on the open seas by longline and eccclusively int he EEZ of French Polynesia which is the largest managed marine area in the world.  Thus marine fauna and the diversity of ecosysstems and marine environments are preserved.

 

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