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Fish fillets offer maximum versatility, are easy to store in the refrigerator or the freezer, and because you're getting the most desirable part of the fish, there isn't any waste. With the wide range of fish fillets for sale at FultonFishMarket.com, there's something for every palette. Our fish fillets are available in four categories — fresh, frozen, salted, and smoked and are sourced from waters all across the globe.
Types of Fish Fillets
Preparing Fish Fillets
Busy home cooks who want the nutritional and flavor advantages to eating fish can buy fish fillets online for maximum convenience. Although most people don't think of fish as "fast food," home cooks can pan fry a fish fillet in less time than it takes to fry a hamburger. A light coating of bread crumbs, beaten egg, minced garlic, and chopped herbs is all it takes to create a tasty and healthy main dish in less than half an hour. Pair it with a fresh salad and rustic French or garlic bread, and you have a gourmet-quality meal without spending significant time or effort.
Fish fillets can also be coated with your choice of breading, marinated and wrapped in foil, or simply brushed lightly with olive oil and sprinkled with salt, cracked black pepper, and garlic powder and baked in the oven. They're also great when grilled. You just might find yourself replacing family burger nights with family fish fillet nights. Check out our blog post on How to Introduce Seafood to Kids for tips and tricks for creating happy faces when seafood is on the menu at your dinner table.