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Ling "Eye Fillets"

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I picked up some Ling "eye fillets" at a certain western suburbs fishmonger this afternoon and had them for dinner tonight, fried in panko crumbs. They were certainly excellent on the tooth and brilliant value for money, but I can't find any reference online to what part of the Ling the "eye fillets" come from. They were a smallish cut compared to a usual side fillet. Anyone have any clues?

 

Cheers

af

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I picked up some Ling "eye fillets" at a certain western suburbs fishmonger this afternoon and had them for dinner tonight, fried in panko crumbs. They were certainly excellent on the tooth and brilliant value for money, but I can't find any reference online to what part of the Ling the "eye fillets" come from. They were a smallish cut compared to a usual side fillet. Anyone have any clues?

 

Cheers

af

 

Not sure of the cut but have caught several LING and they are yummo

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