Tag: red mullet

2nd December 2014

Red Mullet fillets

On the French markets you can find two kinds of reddish fish that look similar apart from their size – the grondin or red gurnard and the rouget barbet or red mullet. The rouget is a small rock fish and is used in Mediterranean fish soups. With the rising sea temperatures it is also caught in the North Sea. It has a central bone and […]

6th September 2013

Marinated red mullet

After my version of marinated mackerel, I wanted to try it out with red mullet. This is a small reddish fish that is caught in the Mediterranean, but also in the North Sea and Channel nowadays. It has the particularity that the French like to eat the liver of this fish and eat small red mullet whole. With this in mind, I prepared a marinade […]