Plaice

 Plaice Key facts Plaice can grow up to 100cm and live for up to 50 years, but overfishing has meant that this is now quite rare. There are four species of plaice in Europe; it is a popular fish in Denmark and northern Germany.

Plaice is a popular fish with a good flavour and a fine texture. The white underside fillet can be bought separately and as the skin is very tender, it tends to melt into the flesh during the cooking and can therefore be eaten.

Plaice is suitable for grilling, frying, goujons, rolling and stuffing, steaming and poaching.

 
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