Formerly known as St Peter Fish, because of the dark blotches on the sides of the fish, which are supposed to represent the imprint of St Peter's thumb made as he took a piece of money from the fish's mouth.
Sold mainly as fillets but can be purchased whole. To buy whole look for lustrous, bright skin, bulging eyes, firm flesh and a pleasant sea smell. Fillets should also be lustrous with no brown markings, a pleasant sea smell and not oozing water. John Dory is a high priced finfish.
Found in European waters, this incredibly odd-looking fish has an oval, flat body and a large, spiny head. The John Dory’s flesh is delicate and mild and can be cooked in a variety of ways including grilling, sautéing and poaching.
To fillet a John Dory
1.With a sharp knife cut around the head, through to the bone (on one side only), then cut around edge of fish.
2.Lift fillet by cutting with knife along backbone, lifting and cutting as you go until fillet is free of backbone. No need to remove skin.
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