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Huss, also called Dogfish, is a type of shark  belonging to the family Scyliorhinus (Catshark family). It is a seawater (marine) fish found in the north-east Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean.   Classed as a "white" fish they have a well flavoured firm pinkish flesh, which may be partly due to their diet which includes crustaceans. 

 

In the UK they are also known as Rock Salmon, a name thought up by marketeers to make them more acceptable to consumers, and are one of the popular fish sold in Fish & Chip shops.

 

Suitable substitutes for huss:  any firm white fish.

Serving allowance per person:  Allow 125g-175g/5-6oz of huss per person for a main course

 

 

Fish and Chips     HT   MC   English   20mins      

Fish Kebabs   HT    MC    25mins

Huss Bake     HT    MC    British     45mins         

Huss with Tomatoes in Wine    HT  MC   45mins           

 

     

 

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Main equipment required to prepare fresh fish

 

Sharp knives - large and small

Chopping board

Kitchen scissors

Fish Scalers (optional)

 

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