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| ||keltajuovamullo (today's sample record)|
Plural: keltajuovamullot / keltajuovamulloja
Description: Red mullet or surmullet. A high quality fish of a different family from the other (grey) mullets, and which has a far better flavour and lean, firm flesh. Its liver is highly prized. Do not confuse it with gurnard, which has a slightly paler colour. This fish may vary from pinkish-reddish crimson to rosy pink in colour with golden streaks and two long barbels on the chin. Mullus barbatus is the smaller of the two and is of not quite such good quality. Mullus surmuletus is more properly known as surmullet and is larger.
|Red mullet, with thanks to Hayman Fisheries in The Covered Market in Oxford||
Latin: Mullus surmuletus (Linnaeus, 1758)
Most frequent country: Finland
See places: Finnish food and cuisine