Arrowtooth Flounder


Light, Flaky Whitefish with a Mild, Sweet Flavor

A mild, sweet flavor gives this fish depth, while its delicate, flaky texture makes for a main course that’s light, lean and naturally low in fat.

Try these fillets with a lemon or butter-based sauce that doesn’t overpower the natural flavors of the fish. Because Sea Best Arrowtooth Flounder fillets do not have a high oil content, you can keep the fish succulent by cooking them quickly whether you’re pan frying or deep frying.

  • Wild Caught
  • Naturally Low in Fat
  • Individually Quick Frozen
  • Excellent Source of Protein

Cooking Instructions

Pan Fry • Deep Fry

To Thaw: Place fish in bowl of cool water until completely thawed or place in refrigerator for 24 hours until thawed.

Simple Preparation Instructions: For best taste and texture, fry the arrowtooth flounder.

Pan Fry:

  1. Heat oil to about 350°F. Dip fish in flour or cornmeal to coat, fry until golden brown (1 to 3 minutes per side).
  2. Transfer to plate lined with paper towels to drain, and serve immediately.

Deep Fry:

  1. Place thawed arrowtooth flounder separately in shortening or oil at 350°F for 2 ½ to 3 ½ minutes.
  2. Transfer to plate lined with paper towels to drain, and serve immediately.

CAUTION: Contents will be hot. Heating times are approximate. They will vary due to the make, model and temperature calibration of your stove or fryer.

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