Guidry's IQF Catfish Fillet's 7-9 oz 15 lbs
- Brand: Guidry's Catfish
- Product Code: 616136041239
- UPC Code : 616136041239
- $174.00 $156.60
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15 pound box of Guidry's IQF Catfish Fillets
Guidry’s US. Farm-Raised catfish fillets come from premium catfish stock that have been tested and retested before being chosen to process. This ensures only the best tasting and highest quality catfish get the Guidry label. Our catfish fillets can be purchased in a variety of sizes and can be prepared in a number of delicious ways.
Unit Size: 15 lbs. (Approximate Pieces 34)
Farm-Raised catfish fillets come from premium catfish stock that have been tested and retested before being chosen to process.
Our frozen products are Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) in a matter of minutes to preserve their freshness and ensure our customers receive superior-quality. Guidry's prides itself on providing a great tasting catfish, that does not taste muddy. We provide clean, great tasting catfish.
Do you like your catfish fillets fried or do you like your catfish fillets baked?
There are many recipes with catfish fillets, but no matter which recipe for catfish fillets that you decide to use. Guidry's catfish fillets should be the main ingredient.
We have catfish fillets on sale, and we ship nationwide.
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What do you soak catfish in before cooking?
Wild-caught catfish is typically soaked in buttermilk for at least an hour to get rid of the muddy flavor.
How healthy is catfish?
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Catfish is low in calories and packed with lean protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. It's particularly rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fats and vitamin B12. It can be a healthy addition to any meal, though deep frying adds far more calories and fat than dry heat cooking methods like baking or broiling.
Do you rinse catfish after soaking in milk?
Be sure to soak the fillets in buttermilk (or whole milk) first, because it really improves the flavor of the fish. Freshwater fish sometimes have a “muddy” flavor, and the milk will neutralize or wash out that undesired after-taste.
|Size||15 lbs. (7-9 oz. Fillet)|