Europeans have long prized Orata, known for its delicate, slightly sweet flesh. Delicious, light and highly digestible, it is a central food of the Mediterranean diet and is surging in popularity in America as well.
To make this delicacy, orata is sustainably caught, gently grilled, and hand-packed with water to allow the fish's delicate flavor to come through.
Suggestions for use: Serve on a salad of baby greens or arugula and cherry tomatoes with capers and one anchovy filet. Substitute Orata filets for any recipe calling for tuna, like panini, salads, and crostini. Pop a tin in your tote with crackers to take on a boat or a picnic.
Ingredients: Mediterranean Seabass, olive oil, salt, lemon