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Tilapia Whole (6)(S)

black tilapia delivered home

Tilapia Whole (6)(S)

£9.99
£4.00 /Kg (Net)

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£9.99
£4.00 /Kg (Net)

6 Tilapia weighing beteween 300-500gr each IQF frozen gutted and cleaned.

Perfect fish for beginners as it has a mild flavor with a firm and flaky texture.

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Additional information

Weight 2.5 kg
Common Name

Tilapia

Specie

Oreochromise Niloticus

Processed

Whole Gutted

Gross Weight

2.5kg

Net Weight (Drained)

2KG

Units in Packaging

6

Fresh/Frozen

Frozen

Freezing Method

IQF

Size

300-500g

Country of Origin

China

Catch Method

Farmed

Supplier

Polydor Seafood Ltd

Gutted

Yes

Description

Great Value Black Tilapia Fish delivered to your home

Black Tilapia fish is a freshwater fish of the species Oreochromis Niloticus. Commonly known as Nile Tilapia. It belongs to the Cichlidae family of fish. Recently, the popularity of Black Tilapia fish has grown exponentially. Due to extensive farming production across the world, it is now one of the most consumed fish in the world. Modern farming methods have brought the price down to a highly competitive level. As a result, this great fish is fantastic value for money and is a success around the family dinner table. Moreover, it has a mild flavor and goes well in any dish from a variety of cuisines.  Order yourself a good quality black Tilapia and get it delivered straight to your home. Each fish has a decent size of between 500 and 800 grams, making it a large or two medium portions once skinned and filled.

Origin, Habitat, and Farming Production

The Nile Black Tilapia fish occurs in coastal rivers in the North African region. It reaches up to 60cm in length and can be as large as 5kg. It is a versatile fish that can survive in many circumstances and pretty much with any type of feed. As a matter of fact, often featured in Ancient Egyptian art. A 4000-year-old illustration on an old tomb in Egypt shows Nile Tilapia in man-made ponds, indicating that they had invented aquacultural farms for Tilapia already back then.

Tilapia has become the second most farmed fish in the world. Furthermore, it is farmed in over 135 countries around the world. It is ideal for farming. The reason being that it enjoys being close to each other. This allows for high-density production without a loss of quality. Tilapia consumes a vegetarian diet and grows extremely fast.

Cooking Tilapia

Black Tilapia fish has a mild sweet taste. Furthermore, the meat is medium-firm with a flaky texture. Raw, the colour is pinkish white with a darker muscle layer towards the skin. After cooked, it will be white. Cook it in a variety of way. Perfect for baking, panfrying, battering or grilling. In the Americas, it is often eaten in Fish Tacos. When cooking tilapia, make sure you pair it with strong flavors as it has a mild taste. The Great British Chefs have a fantastic and creative recipe for Tilpia with mint chutney in a gram flour batter.

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