Member's Mark Breaded Flounder by Treasures of the Sea (40 oz.)
About this item
- Whole Member's Mark flounder fillets
- Light and crispy handcrafted breading
- Easy to prepare
- Sustainably-sourced Alaskan Flounder
Let Member's Mark™ and the Seattle-based company Treasures from the Sea® handle dinner tonight. These sustainably sourced Alaskan flounder fillets are coated in a hand-crafted breading that’s the perfect family-friendly flavor. A great option for a quick weeknight meal, this is a ready-to-bake food by Member's Mark. Alaskan Flounder is a flaky fish that has a delicate flavor. It’s usually enjoyed by even the pickiest of eaters.
How the Premium Whole Fillets are Prepared
Member's Mark Breaded Flounder by Treasures of the Sea fillets are caught using sustainable fishing methods. Alaskan seafood is protected from over-harvesting by responsible companies that practice these sustainable methods. This food doesn't only taste delicious, but you are also protecting the Alaskan natural resources for the next generation.
How to Serve Breaded Flounder Fillets
It’s best to bake Member's Mark Breaded Flounder by Treasures of the Sea fillets straight from the freezer—no need to thaw them first. But if you’re frying the fillets, you should thaw them before doing so. Cooking flounder fillets has never been easier. Either baked or fried, these flounder fillets go well with sweet potato fries, coleslaw or a fresh garden salad. You can also create a delicious fish taco by adding fresh green cabbage and a bit of salsa to a tortilla. If you’re a fan of fish sandwiches, put a cooked fillet on a bun with lettuce and some tartar sauce.
Flounder Fillets Quantity
The number of fresh Treasures of the Mystic Sea flounder fillets will vary because the bags are not packed by the number of fillets. Each bag is packed by weight and contains 40 oz of flounder. The exact number of fillets will vary from bag to bag depending on the size and thickness of the fish.
Flounder is a good source of protein. Each 3.5-ounce serving will provide 11 grams of protein. It has a lower fat content than some other types of fish, and does not contain any trans fat. How you cook the flounder may change the nutritional value.