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Hoki

Macruronus novaezelandiae
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Hoki is New Zealand's most significant commercial species, elongated in apperance with large eyes and jaws. Hoki are schooling fish, inhabiting waters 300 to 900 metres of depth in large numbers along the West Coast, the Cook Strait, and the Chatham Rise. This species renders top quality fillets which are highly sought after for their versatility and often further processed. Hoki is an excellent option for use in the foodservice market such as in restaurants and rest homes, having few bones (no pin bones), low oil content, silvery-blue scales which are easily removed, and soft, moist white flesh which flakes with ease.

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Barbequeing

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Steaming

Nutritional Information per 100g

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Frying

Sauté

Energy

307kj

Protein

15g

Total Fats

1.2g
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Baking

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Curries

Carbohidrates

0.3g

Sugars

0.3g

Sodium

53mg
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Smoking

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Soups

Characteristics

Seasonality

Weight

0.5 - 3.5kg

Length

60 - 100cm

Shelf Life

24 months

Not Caught

Caught

Peak Season

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Jan-Dec
Jun-Sep

Hoki comes: Skin-on Fillets, Skinless Fillets, Portions, By Products, HGT (head gutted tail removed), Coated, Block

Fried Hoki currie in coconut milk with onion, rice and beans

Battered Hoki fillet with mashed potato and sautéd vegetables

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