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White Trevalla

White Trevalla
Seriolella caerulea
藍灰鰤鯧
Also known as white warehou, this fish is the deepest ranging of the three warehou species in New Zealand. It is most common in south-eastern waters and on the Campbell Plateau in the sub-Antarctics.
White trevalla is prized for its high oil content, and delicate melt-in-your-mouth texture. It is highly versatile and can be used in most cooking methods. It can be enjoyed pan-fried or baked, and also in stews and curries.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
(figures are for a 100g serving)
SEASONALITY
Energy
168kcal
Total fat
12.1g
Sugars
0.3g
Protein
15.2g
Carbohydrates
0.3g
Sodium
46mg
CATCH AREA
The south-eastern waters of New Zealand
CATCH METHODS
Trawl
SUSTAINABILITY
White trevalla is managed by Fisheries New Zealand through the Quota Management System (QMS).