I found this at my local supper market last week. It is fresh caught,not previously frozen as some are.
Never heard of this fish before.
Main reason i did buy was it is wild caught not farm raised. Did say product from Costa-Rica. The young man behind the counter said it is a mild fish,and had eaten it before.
He did not have an nutritional info on it which i like to have.
Did do a search,and found some nutrional facts on Corvina fish. What i don't like is the amount of sodium it has. Went by serving size 1 order???
I have not idea what one order is??
Well the amount of sodium it say's is 1225mg. That really scares me as i know that sound like a lot of sodium for one serving.
Also the cholestrol is 63mg,and carbs is 47g.
I did compare it to Turbot which i really love. I thought that the cholesterol was high on this fish,but only said 34mg for 55grams.
Unfortunately it does come in previously frozen so i have to use it within a day or two.
I can't always find it this time of year.
Would appreciate any input on the Corvina,and some recipes simple please,and not spicy.
Just hope someone has eaten this,and can help???