Barramundi is very low in saturated fat and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, very high in vitamin B12, a good source of Vitamin A,D & E and has high protein content. B12 can help to keep our nervous system healthy and D helps our skin and bones to grow.
Barramundi can be baked, broiled, fried, sauteed, steamed, poached, or grilled on the ‘barbie ’ as the Australians call it!! The fish is also delicious when ‘popped’. In Asian cooking, Barramundi is most frequently marinated in soy sauce and sake for several hours before being served with soy sauce, ginger, and sesame oil. If you like your fish well done, choose a thick fillet that has a good amount of gelatinous matter around its edges. Approx 5-6 in a 800g bag