Hake

Latin Name: Merluccius merluccius Commercially Farmed: No Price Band: Low Flavour: Mild Texture: Soft Omega-3 Level: TBC
Cooking Method(s): Bake, Deep fry, Grill, Microwave, Poach, Shallow fry, Steam, Stir fry
Hake

Hake

Surprisingly not more popular in the UK where much hake is caught but generally exported to Spain, Portugal and Italy where it is highly favoured. Ranging in size from 1 to 5kg, hake has a long, round, slender body and is mainly grey and silver in colour. Its shape means it is great for cutting into steaks or loin suprêmes. The flesh is quite soft, but firms up on cooking, has a good flavour, and is well worth trying. For a light, modern alternative to battered cod, try deep frying hake fillets dipped in a light tempura batter.

Hake Recipes

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Here are some of the latest recipes for this particular species of fish.

To discover even more tasty meals, be sure to check out our full recipes section for a range of starters, snacks, main meals and sides.

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