Trout Fillet

Trout Fillet

Trout Fillet

Weight: 600 g

Species: Oncorhynchus Mykiss

Trout is a very popular oily, freshwater fish; it is delicate, soft and tasty. Like the salmon, original trout is wild caught species, from the cold mountain rivers and lakes.

Nowadays, we can see successful undertakings of trout fisheries, that have managed to retain the special features of the wild trout.

  • 100% natural
  • aquaculture fish
  • fillet, skin on
  • glazing 10%

Before cooking, it is recommended to defrost it in the refrigerator for about 12 hours.

The fish fillets may contain traces of small bones.

  • Benefits
  • Cooking
  • Storage conditions
  • Nutritional values (100 g)

Edenia frozen fish is a 100% natural product (it does not contain phosphates, additives or other chemicals).

It has the lowest level of glazing (0-10%) which protects the fish fillets from cold burns.

All the products in Edenia fish range are individually quick frozen (IQF). Each piece of fish fillet is quick frozen, at -35 degrees, thus retaining the freshness, aspect and form of the fish.

The fish species in Edenia range are carefully selected among the top selling species at international level.

Tip: to have a fish taste and authenticity guarantee, always check the species Latin name and the glazing level, which are mandatorily mentioned on the package.

10 MIN.
Put the defrosted Edenia Trout fillets in an oven tray, drizzle them with oil and season them according to the recipe. Then put the tray in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for about 10 minutes or until the fish is cooked.
6-8 MIN.
Put the defrosted Edenia Trout fillets in a heated pan and let them cook for about 3-4 minutes each side.

-18 °C until the date on the packaging
-12 °C for a month
-6 °C for a week

Nutritional information 100 g of product contain % RI*
Energy 705.6 kJ / 168 kcal 8%
Fat 4.4 g 6%
of which saturated fat acids 1.1 g 6%
Carbohydrates 0 g 0%
of which sugar 0 g 0%
Fibre 0 g 0%
Protein 22.9 g 46%
Salt 0.15  g 3%

*Reference intake of an average adult is 8400kJ/ 2000kcal