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Discover the culinary joy packed within Cobia, also known as black kingfish. A relative new fish in the market, Cobia has been carving a notable place in modern gastronomy due to its robust and firm yet butter-like tenderness which allows it to retain moist in many preparations. Its flavor is rich and full-bodied, characterized by a mild sweetness that is well-balanced with an underlying earthy nuance. Showcased in famous chef Thomas Keller's "Grilled Cobia" recipe, this fish provides a splendid foundation for culinary creativity, merging beautifully with a wide array of spices and garnishes.

An undisputed star in sashimi and crudo preparations, Cobia presents a clean, fresh taste. Its high oil content renders it perfect for grilling and pan-searing, allowing for a golden, caramelized crust to form while sealing juices in yet leaving a flaky texture. Cobia is easy to make at home and strong enough to withstand some harshness by novice cooks. Also, Cobia is a splendid addition to health-centric diets. Packed with protein, it facilitates muscle healing and development. The abundant omega-3 fatty acids are recognized for fostering heart wellbeing and brain development. It's also rich in vitamin B12, supporting nerve health and red blood cell formation, and selenium, a potent antioxidant protecting cells from harm.

COBIA

COBIA


Regular price $11.52
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Serves: 2 - 3 People
Serves: 3 - 4 People
Serves: 2 - 3 People
Serves: 3 - 4 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
Serves: 1 People
SKU: CB-0025

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Discover the culinary joy packed within Cobia, also known as black kingfish. A relative new fish in the market, Cobia has been carving a notable place in modern gastronomy due to its robust and firm yet butter-like tenderness which allows it to retain moist in many preparations. Its flavor is rich and full-bodied, characterized by a mild sweetness that is well-balanced with an underlying earthy nuance. Showcased in famous chef Thomas Keller's "Grilled Cobia" recipe, this fish provides a splendid foundation for culinary creativity, merging beautifully with a wide array of spices and garnishes.

An undisputed star in sashimi and crudo preparations, Cobia presents a clean, fresh taste. Its high oil content renders it perfect for grilling and pan-searing, allowing for a golden, caramelized crust to form while sealing juices in yet leaving a flaky texture. Cobia is easy to make at home and strong enough to withstand some harshness by novice cooks. Also, Cobia is a splendid addition to health-centric diets. Packed with protein, it facilitates muscle healing and development. The abundant omega-3 fatty acids are recognized for fostering heart wellbeing and brain development. It's also rich in vitamin B12, supporting nerve health and red blood cell formation, and selenium, a potent antioxidant protecting cells from harm.

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