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Member's Mark Wild Alaska Flounder Fillets by Treasures of the Sea (3 lbs.)

by Member's Mark |
Item # 320212
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Product Details

About this item

  • Wild-caught flounder fillets
  • Naturally high in protein and low in fat
  • One 3-lb. resealable bag
  • Easy to prepare
  • Kosher
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Description

Make seafood night everyone’s favorite with Member's Mark Wild Alaska Flounder Fillets by Treasures from the Sea, an all-natural seafood option to add to the weekly dinner line-up. This delicate and flaky fish pan-fries in just a few minutes and pairs beautifully with savory side dishes and simple sauces to bring out the naturally delicious flavors of this quality seafood.

How Do You Cook Flounder Fillets?

With a delicate, flaky texture and medium taste, there are many ways to enjoy Member's Mark Wild Alaska Flounder Fillets by Treasures from the Sea. One option is to simply rub them down with your favorite herbs and spices and pan fry over medium-high heat for two to three minutes per side. Or rinse your frozen flounder fillets and top them with your favorite sauce before baking them at 425°F on a foil-covered pan. You’ll know they’re done if the meat flakes when tested with a fork.

How Much Is One Serving?

One serving of Member's Mark Wild Alaska Flounder Fillets by Treasures from the Sea is 3.5 ounces, which equals about 14 servings per three-pound bag. Due to variations in the sizes of fish, each bag is packaged by weight and not by pieces of fish. There are approximately 16-20 pieces of flounder per bag.

What’s the Difference between Wild Caught and Farm-Raised Seafood?

Put simply, wild-caught seafood is caught from a natural habitat such as a lake, ocean or river, where farmed seafood is raised in large tanks. The nutritional quality of the fish depends largely on what it eats. In the wild, fish eat a natural diet and tend to have a slightly lower level of saturated fat than farm-raised fish.

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