What is Hake?
Hake are round fish caught via static net in Cornwall, or demersal trawled in Scottish waters. MSC Hake is available and the fish is most abundant in the months from March to October. The yield of a Hake can be approximately 50%. Alternative species to Hake are Cod and Haddock.
Hake has an uncomplicated, subtle taste combining the flavour of cream with a hint of salt. The texture of flesh is delicate and the skin is easy to eat.
Hake is most abundant from March to October.
Alternative products to Hake would be Cod or Haddock.
Hake Recipes & Videos
Pan Fried Hake, Sorrel Butter Sauce, Grilled Asparagus With Gremolata
Using MSC Hake to create fish fingers, with sourdough bread sandwich served with a wedge of lemon and a portion of chips.
Watch our video guide on how to fillet a Hake / round fish fillet
Watch our video guide on how to skin a round fish fillet
A delicious spring seasonal recipe from chef, Martin, utilising Hake from Direct Seafoods and fresh produce from Oliver Kay.