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Tarakihi

Nemadactylus macropterus
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Tarakihi has been commercially fished in New Zealand for over a 100 years. It is semi-firm in texture, low in oil, and delicately flavoured. Tarakihi is caught all around New Zealand, mostly by trawl. Its white, moist flesh is suitable for both strong and mild dishes.

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Barbequeing

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Sashimi

Nutritional Information per 100g

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Frying

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Marinating

Energy

337kj

Protein

17.9g

Total Fats

0.9g
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Baking

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Curries

Carbohidrates

0.3g

Sugars

0.3g

Sodium

75mg
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Poaching

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Soups

Characteristics

Seasonality

Weight

0.9 - 2.5kg

Length

30 - 40cm

Useful life

24 months

Not Caught

Caught

Peak Season

Tarakihi comes: Whole, Dressed, Fillets.

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Jan-Dec
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Crumbed Tarakihi with fries

Fresh Tarahiki with vegetable fritters

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