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Ling

Genypterus blacodes
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Abadejo

The popular Ling species is an eel-like fish with firm flesh and of pinkish appearance. Ling are found in abundance around New Zealand, especially at the bottom of the South Island, living mostly in middle waters from 200 to 800 metres of depth. They are principally caught by trawl or longline. Ling is tasty and versatile, conserving its shape when cooked and providing an excellent variety of cooking options. Boneless Ling fillets are succulent and tender in flavour.

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Barbequeing

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Steaming

Nutritional Information per 100g

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Frying

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curries

Energy

362kj

Protein

19.7g

Total Fats

0.8g
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Baking

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Soups

Carbohidrates

0.2g

Sugars

0.2g

Sodium

142mg
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Poaching

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Shashimi

Characteristics

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Smoking

Weight

4-20kg

Length

80-120cm

Shelf Life

24 months

How it Comes: Whole, Dressed, Fillets.

Seasonality

Not Caught

Caught

Peak Season

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Jan-Dec
Aug-Nov

Oven roasted lemon thyme Ling and vegetables

White, fresh Ling fillets ready for cooking

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