White fish is low in calories and fat. If you want to buy white fish, we offer a selection of the freshest white fish from the Galician markets.
Medium megrim sole
Hake, monkfish and sea bass
- On sale!
Hook-fished hake 2/3
copy of Lomo Bacalao desalado
BUYING WHITE FISH ONLINE HAS NEVER BEEN SO EASY
Enjoy fresh white fish at home. Buying your fish online allows you to savour the best of Galician seafood in a more convenient way: from the Galician fish markets to your table in 24 hours.
Enjoy the best pieces of Galician white fish at home: hook-caught hake, sole, gilt-head sea bream, sea bass, monkfish, turbot, megrim sole... we offer a wide variety so that can enjoy the benefits of fresh fish with your family, in a just click.
HOW DO WE PREPARE YOUR WHITE FISH?
Buying white fish online at Mariskito not only saves you time, ordered from the comfort of your home, but we can also help you with its preparation, and we make the cuts with the smallest members of the family in mind, as white fish comes highly recommended for children’s diets: in fillets, loins and slices.
Remember that our fish can be frozen, as being so fresh it’s great at maintaining all its properties. We also pack each piece of white fish individually to maintain quality and freshness. We prepare your order the day before your chosen delivery date, from Tuesday to Saturday in the Spanish Peninsula and Balearic Islands.
WHY BUY WHITE FISH?
There are many reasons to buy white fish from Mariskito, but we’re going to tell you the most important ones.
White fish is an essential food in the family diet.
White fish has up to 5% less fat than oily fish, making it easier to digest and great for introducing fish into children’s diets. Its meat is leaner, softer and contains fewer bones.
White fish provides a high amount of quality protein. It also stands out for its high vitamin D and mineral content, including potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and iodine; essential for the proper functioning of our body and for facing the day to day packed full of energy.
DID YOU KNOW...
It’s called white due to its thin skin and resultantly light colouring. Unlike oily fish, most white fish are flat and have very little activity, meaning they don’t need to accumulate fat. Their lack of movement also makes them very easy to capture.
You can find white fish in season all year round.
You can eat white fish at any time of the year, although it’s best during the autumn-winter season, coinciding with the return to school for the little ones and those in need of a good and varied diet to provide them with the energy needed to face their day-to-day.
How to identify white fish
Let’s look at how to distinguish white fish from oily fish:
White fish usually have a round or straight caudal fin, which is related to their slower swimming speed. Oily fish, however, tend to have an arrow-shaped caudal fin to optimise their movement and energy efficiency. Its flavour is milder than oily fish.