Barramundi With Mango Sriracha Chutney

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Barramundi

with Mango Sriracha Chutney

Medium-textured, buttery fish with a sweet/hot chutney that evokes the sunny Caribbean: luscious mango, bright citrus, savory garlic, and warm chilies.

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Barramundi

Often called Asian Seabass, Barramundi has a meaty texture, mild flavor, and contains the most omega-3s out of any common whitefish. We buy ours from our friend Josh, whose open-ocean Barramundi farm in Vietnam is the first and only to earn Monterey Bay Seafood Watch’s “Best Choice” rating. He is a true pioneer in responsible aquaculture; raising the cleanest, healthiest fish you can buy, while providing local workers living wages, full benefits, and meaningful work.

Nutrition Facts
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How To Cook

Barramundi

with Mango Sriracha Chutney

Do not thaw. Cook frozen.

Preheat oven or toaster oven to 400 F and grab a baking sheet.

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