Fish prices are per pound of the whole fish. The average pound of whole fish will yield 35% once filleted.
Price per pound of whole fish: $9
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Wild Seafood Co. provides fast and secure online ordering while preserving the quality of our product every step of the way. The fastest shipping method we offer is ground shipping which is specially tailored to be utilized by Florida residents. However, if you’re local to Madeira Beach it’s also an option to order online and pick up directly from our market during regular business hours.
Yellowtail Snapper sourced responsibly from local Gulf waters
Here at Wild Seafood Co., we strive to bring you the freshest product while also keeping our environmental impact in mind. Our charter boats journey directly off a John’s Pass in Madeira Beach Florida and are held to the high standards set in place by The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. In addition, our company is one of the founders of the Gulf Wild program which is a tracking system that allows you to follow the product’s journey from our shores to your very table.
Is Yellowtail Expensive?
Currently, Yellowtail snapper isn’t overfished therefore its populations remain stable allowing for year-round fishing. Consequently at Wild Seafood Co., we offer a fair price of $8 per pound of whole fish with up to 2lb’s available in a single order. Due to the consistency of its meat, you also receive a great deal of yield from the entire fish.
What are the health benefits of Yellowtail Snapper?
- Saturated Fatty Acids: 0.32 g
- Protein: 23 g
The Yellowtail Snapper features a good nutritional profile and provides several health benefits. A 100g serving of this fish contains 23g of protein while only containing 146 calories. Thus, this flavorful fish is the perfect choice for those following a calorie-controlled diet. It is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids which is a vital nutrient for brain and heart health.
How does Yellowtail compare to other Snapper for taste?
Yellowtail Snapper is a beautiful fish with the majority of its body being a blush olive tone and a striking yellow band that extends from the tip of its snout to its forked tail. Its meat is known as almost a delicacy being gentle yet firm while also flaky with a delicate light flavor. In comparison, it’s very similar to Red Snapper when it comes to taste, however, Yellowtail is much milder to the palette than red and unable to be cooked as long due to its lower oil content.
Our favorite Yellowtail Snapper recipe
Yellowtail snapper is extremely versatile in its flavor combination abilities but our favorite recipe is Stuffed Whole Roasted Yellowtail Snapper. For this recipe, you want to begin by preheating the oven to 400 degrees and then score the skin of each fish with 3 diagonal cuts. Next, you’ll want to begin your seasoning by rubbing the inside of each fish with olive oil, then drizzling with lemon juice, and finishing with a sprinkling of salt and pepper. After seasoning, it’s time to lay the fish on a baking sheet, place onion, fennel, rosemary sprigs, and oregano sprigs inside each, and roast for around 30 minutes.
Another delicious recipe that is as simple as can be is Crumb-Coated Yellowtail Snapper. This dish simply adds a bread crumb layer with cheese and lemon-pepper seasoning to your fish. To begin, in a small bowl you’ll want to combine your bread crumbs, cheese, lemon pepper, and salt. You then add your Yellowtail fillets, flipping them over in order to coat each side. Then in a skillet coated with oil cook the fillets in batches for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side.
Yellowtail Snapper alternatives
As our stock of fresh fish changes daily you might have found that our Yellowtail is currently out of stock. If that’s the case, be sure to have a look at more fresh Snapper options here.
1/2 LB, 3/4 LB, 1 LB, 2 LBS
Filleted Skin Off, Filleted Skin On (scaled), Whole fish scaled, finned & gilled, Whole fish 'as-is' (gutted)