Fluke (Flounder) fillet
Also known as the Left Eye or Summer Flounder, fresh Fluke are caught in the cool waters off the New England and Mid-Atlantic shores. This flatfish’s white, flaky meat is sweet and lean. Although firm in texture, it can be delicate when prepared and care should be taken to not dry out the thinner fillets when cooking. Fluke is often cooked in liquids such as wine and with sauces, and fares well in the fry pan, the grill, the steamer or the oven. Skin-on Fillets are Approximately 3 Lbs, Net. Wild Caught. US.