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Hake

Merluccius australis
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Merluza

Hake is native to New Zealand, coming from the same family as Hoki. It is found in waters 200 to 800 metres deep off the South Island's West Coast and the Chatham Rise, as well as in sub-antartic waters. It is mostly caught by trawl, and like Hoki, it has few bones, a delicate texture, and renders moist, white-flesh fillets.

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Barbequeing

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Steaming

Nutritional Information per 100g

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Baking

Marinating

Energy

336kj

Protein

16.4g

Total Fats

1.6g
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Poaching

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Curries

Carbohidrates

0.2g

Sugars

0.2g

Sodium

65mg
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Soups

Characteristics

Seasonality

Weight

2 - 9kg

Length

70 - 100cm

Shelf Life

24 months

Not Caught

Caught

Peak Season

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Jan-Dec
May-Sep

Hake comes: Whole, Dressed, Fillets.

Mild and subtle fresh boneless Hake fillets

Hake with zhoug and yellow split pea dhal

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