Wild Turbot 1/2 kg
The turbot is a flatfish belonging to the scophthalmidae family that inhabits the Mediterranean Sea, the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean up to the Norwegian coast of the North Sea.
It has a rhomboid shape and on the dark side of the skin (where both eyes are) it has bony tubercles, distinguishing it from other less valuable turbots.
The turbot, in fact, is one of the most valuable fish to taste; its meat is very fine, white, firm and very tasty.
The most common way of cooking turbot fillets is to pan fry them, until golden brown and crispy, this can be done in a matter of minutes. The skin is normally removed before frying.
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At the crosssroads of the English Channel and the Atlantic, the Breton landscape offers a multitude of natural and unspoiled sites. Its water, particularly rich in food, provides it with specific zones of exploitation. Brittany is the only area in Europe to still have this diversity of products fished by a fleet of small boats. The hazardous, rocky nature of the sea-beds supports the growth and the multiplicity of the species available.