Orange roughy are widespread in deep New Zealand waters, at depths of 600 to 1,200 metres. Reddish in body, which fades to orange when captured, they are a very distinctive looking fish.
It has pearly white fillets with a medium texture and course flakes, suited to most cooking methods.
AU: Orange RoughyCA: Hoplostète OrangeCIS: Karas Glubokovodnyi, Bolshegolov, SliznegolovDE: GranatbarschFR: Beryx de Nouvelle-Zélande, Hoplostete RougeGR: New Zealand RedfishIT: Pesce Arancio
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