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Petrale Sole 5 lbs

Petrale Sole Whole Fresh

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Arrives chilled, never frozen.

Petrale sole fish is nearly as good as it gets when it comes to eating sole fish. Not only is this variety of fish sustainably caught, but it is also one of the most delicious types of Pacific sole fish you can buy. When you order from Global Seafoods, you will receive five lbs. of whole sole. That’s 3-4 whole fish! Sole is low in fat and contains other vital nutrients such as calcium. Like other types of white fish, sole is an excellent source of protein. You can dress up sole for a date night dinner or prepare it fast with a quick pan sear for a nutritious and easy weekday meal. We love Petrale sole because it is flexible and easy!

Because of our unique shipping methods, now you can enjoy the out of the water taste of fresh Petrale sole, no matter how far you live from the ocean. Our sole fish and sole fish fillets ship next day air so that you can have a fresh seafood dinner on the table less than 24 hours after the fish leaves the ocean! 

What is Petrale Pacific Sole? 

Petrale sole is a right-sided flatfish. Sole (fish) is fished from the Pacific coast and the Gulf of Alaska. Our sole fishers use expert techniques that minimize by-catch and leave the fish's habitat in excellent condition. All these careful considerations ensure that Petrale sole won't go overfished or extinct. 

Sole can reach up to 24 inches long, and they can live for up to 35 years in the ocean! Petrale sole eat krill, small fish, and crustaceans, making them an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids. 

Sole Fish Taste: 

Petrale sole is a mild and flakey white fish. Petrale sole is slightly sweet with a minimal fishy taste. Fresh ocean flavor is all you get with our fresh sole. Petrale is one of the firmer varieties of sole, making it an excellent contender for a variety of cooking methods. 

How to cook sole fish: 

  • Baked
  • Broiled
  • Pan-seared
  • Grilled
  • Poached 
  • Sauteed. 

 Sole Fish Nutrition: 

Sole fish is a healthy food choice. Sole is a lean source of protein. 4 oz contains just 100 sole fish calories, 21 grams of protein, and just 2 grams of fat. 

Sole is high in: 

  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Calcium
  • Niacin
  • B12
  • B6
  • Phosphorus

Our Favorite Pacific Sole Fish Recipes: 

The slightly firm texture helps sole stand up to harsher cooking methods that other white fish can't handle. As a flatfish sole, it cooks up very quickly, making it perfect for a weekday meal! 

Sole recipes: 

  • Sole Meuniere
  • Mediterranean baked sole
  • Sole piccata
  • Pan-fried sole. 
  • Baked, stuffed sole. 
  • Pecan crusted baked sole 
  • Sole Florentine 
  • and more! 

If you're new to eating seafood, sole is an excellent starter fish with easy preparation and a fantastic flavor profile. Sole fish cooked in butter, lemon, or broth, gives you a warm and delicious meal that is easy to make and nutritious. We love having sole on hand anytime we crave a mild and slightly sweet white fish! If you love other types of white fish, you'll love fresh Petrale sole fish. 

Sole Fish Price: 

Since sole is a sustainable fish, we can not only provide fresh sole quickly from our expert family fishers, but we are able to provide sole to our customers at the best prices possible. We offer flexible payment options and easy online ordering through our online marketplace! For less than $20 a lb., you can enjoy fresh off-the-boat taste no matter where you live! Fresh seafood is now possible, no matter how far you live from the ocean. 

Our goal is to make the world's best tasting seafood accessible to people living anywhere in the country, and we've perfected our shipping methods to bring you more food choices from our online seafood market. 

When you order from Global Seafoods, we will send you your order and tracking information. We adhere to a strict shipping schedule to ensure only the best tasting and freshest fish arrives at your door. Whether you order fresh or frozen, we promise you won't be disappointed. 

For more ways to enjoy your favorite seafood, visit our blog and news section for recipes, information, and the latest in seafood news! 

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