About Icelandic Ocean Perch
The bright, red-orange skin of ocean perch gives this fish a distinctive appearance when pan-seared. Ocean perch is a slow-growing fish that feeds mostly off of crustaceans that are abundant in the waters surrounding Iceland.
Mild and sweet, with depth and buttery richness.
Icelandic ocean perch has a flavor profile that is fun to experiment with.
Moderately firm and lean. The skin is very thin, which allows for an incredibly crispy skin when seared.
Ocean perch is a great alternative in dishes that call for snapper, bass or rockfish. The fillets are perfect for pan-searing, broiling, and baking, and the mild flavor pairs well with herbs and spices alike.
Icelandic Ocean Perch is available April through September