White trevally is a fleshy fish that can be distinguished by a small black spot above its pectoral fin. It has a blue-green body, yellow fins and tail and silver belly.
ORIGIN: New Zealand
AVAILABILITY: March to November
- Fishing technique: net caught, line caught.
- Its dry flesh is reddish, but also has a darker insertion in the fillet centre.
- It has a firm and fairly dense texture. Its taste is robust, reminiscent of sea aromas.
- Rich in high-quality protein.