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Stargazer

Similar in texture to monkfish, but more delicate, New Zealand stargazer takes well to baking, pan-searing and using in soups, chowders and curries where you want a fish that will hold its shape in cooking. In Korea, the fish is popular in a spicy braised dish called agujiim. 

SAFE HANDLING— Keep frozen until ready to use. Remove from packaging and defrost in the refrigerator 8-10 hours before use. Do not defrost at room temperature. Once defrosted, do not refreeze and use within 3 days.

The abundance of stargazer around the South Island of New Zealand, as monitored by catch rates and trawl surveys, has been broadly stable over the last two decades.

Stargazer

Similar in texture to monkfish, but more delicate, New Zealand stargazer takes well to baking, pan-searing and using in soups, chowders and curries where you want a fish that will hold its shape in cooking. 

Called stargazer because their eyes are located on the top of their heads and perpetually looking up, they bury themselves on the ocean floor to prey on fish and crustaceans. The fish are plentiful in the deep waters around the South Island of New Zealand.

Sold in 1 lb skinless tails, vacuum-packed and super-frozen

Origin: New Zealand (wild)

 

Limited Catch products are a selection of unusual and seasonal offerings. Quantities are limited, so if you see something you like, catch it while you can.

Similar in texture to monkfish, but more delicate, New Zealand stargazer takes well to baking, pan-searing and using in soups, chowders and curries where you want a fish that will hold its shape in cooking. In Korea, the fish is popular in a spicy braised dish called agujiim. 

SAFE HANDLING— Keep frozen until ready to use. Remove from packaging and defrost in the refrigerator 8-10 hours before use. Do not defrost at room temperature. Once defrosted, do not refreeze and use within 3 days.

The abundance of stargazer around the South Island of New Zealand, as monitored by catch rates and trawl surveys, has been broadly stable over the last two decades.

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