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Snapper - Frozen, Wild, Bones and Head for Stocks and Broths (1.5lb avg Pack)

In stock
1 head (split in 2 pieces) per pack plus bones.
May arrive thawed
Frozen
Wild
$15.99
/ each

Our wild caught snapper bones are a great way to start your fish stock or broth. The sweet, nutty taste of snapper shines through, imparting a buttery smooth finish. If you like a milder fish stock, use just the bones and not the head.

How To Prepare Fish Stock:

Rinse fish bones well with cold water. Use about 1lb of bones for every 5 cups of water. Place bones in a large pot; add any additional ingredients and water. Bring almost to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and cook at a simmer for 20-30 minutes. Skim any foam that rises to the surface as you're cooking and strain through a sieve with cheesecloth to remove solids. Some additional ingredients we like to add are onions, pepper, carrots and parsley. We also love adding fish meat to make a seafood stew.

Can be frozen to enjoy later.

  • Unlike normal beef and chicken stock, fish stock is ready in just 45 minutes.
  • The head and bones are often discarded so using these products help reduce waste.
  • Your freshly made fish stock is perfect in our easy Cioppino Recipe!
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Info Source:

Species Name
Rhomboplites aurorubens and/or Lutjanus campechanus
Other Names
Snapper, Genuine Red Snapper, American Reds, Spot Snapper, Vermilion Snapper, Beeliner, Clubhead Snapper, Night Snapper, Besugo
Country of Origin
USA
How to Prepare

We think stock and broth taste best when it's freshly made but you can also freeze it and use later. You can also freeze your fish stock in ice cube trays, for an easy way to add rich flavor to soups, sauces, or stews.

Seasonality
Year-Round
Fabrication (Cut)
NA (no fabrication required)

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