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Redfin can be cooked either as fillets or whole, but are more manageable as fillets as the scales can be difficult to remove. The firm to medium texture and low oiliness of this finfish make it suitable for steaming, poaching and frying. Alternatively, try deep frying redfin fillets and accompany with strong flavours such as a curry or sweet and sour sauce. Redfin is best filleted and skinned...More about the Redfin
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