Fresh Catch: NEW Mediterranean Dorade in Water from IASA
Plus 3 Ways to Use It
Dorade—known by many names: orata in Italy, daurade in France and sea bream in the United States—is a white fish treasured for its tender, flaky texture and mild, clean flavor of the sea.
To produce this delicacy, the folks at IASA start with sustainably-farmed dorade. The fish is gently steamed, and then hand-packed in tins with water, salt and a touch of lemon.
- Use to top your favorite salads (we love it with boiled potatoes, wedges of tomato, greens and marinated capers)
- Whip up a quick crostini topping: Gently flake the fish, dress with Agrumato® Citron Olive Oil and season with fleur de sel
- Make our NEW recipe for Paccheri Pasta with Dorade, Burst Cherry Tomato & Saffron Sauce (pictured)