Regarded as one of the most underrated fish, whiting is a round sea fish reaching just over two feet in length, is a small member of the cod family and very similar in flavor but is more sustainable. Its flesh is light, firm, lean, sweet and delicate but can turn mushy if cooked too slowly.

Whiting is a mild flavored, white flesh fish and lends itself to poaching, baking or frying.  Also, it’s great to throw in with other seafood for a chowder. It has plenty of health benefits, and is packed with vitamins and minerals. You can serve it plain or fancy, it’s very versatile.

Typical cooking methods include Bake, Deep-Fry, Poach and Saute and Steam.

See Whiting Recipes