New Zealand Blue Hake is a succulent whitefish that provides 35 grams of protein per serving with 0 grams of fat. Similar in taste and texture to Cod, it is great baked, pan-fried, or as your new go-to for fish-and-chips. Wixter’s Blue Hake is wild-caught in the deep, cold waters of the Tasman Sea, where it is known by the locals as Hoki Fish or Whiptail. A small, silvery fish that thrives in the Pacific Ocean, Blue Hake is a strong swimmer that is perfect for those seeking a high-protein, low-calorie diet.
Remove seafood from packaging and place the product in a bowl or on a plate. Cover and put in the refrigerator.
Submerge seafood in its package in a bowl of cold water. Change water every hour. Remove from packaging prior to cooking.
Place seafood in a strainer in its package and run under ice cold water until thawed. Remove from packaging prior to cooking.
Add 1 tbs. of olive oil and bake at 325°F for 8-12 minutes.
Add 1 tbs. of olive oil and cover on medium heat for 8-12 minutes.
Add 1 tbs. of olive oil and cover at 325°F for 8-12 minutes.
Every product sold at Wixter is vetted by our experienced procurement team. We want you to walk out of our store feeling good about your purchase. Feel free to learn more about our sourcing using the link below.
By freezing our seafood within hours of capture, Wixter is able to ensure none of our harvest is lost to waste. In addition, we process and make use of every ounce of our catch, attesting to our healthy respect for the bounty of the seas.
We exclusively package the prime cuts of fish, whole shrimp, and expertly shucked meat from mollusks and crustaceans. No matter the season, you can be confident that with Wixter you will enjoy prime cuts of seafood naturally preserved at peak freshness. Whether you crave meaty steaks, delicate filets, or succulent shellfish, we are here to make you proud of every meal.
Wixter honors traditional preservation methods while also utilizing modern technology. We freeze our seafood within hours of capture to lock in flavor and freshness. In addition we embrace time-honored canning techniques and partner with chefs from Spain and Portugal to craft recipes that bring you the finest tinned preserves in America.
Sustainability is more than a buzz word at Wixter. All of our seafood—whether farmed or wild-caught—meets the highest international standards and is certified by sustainability partners, including the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Agriculture Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC), Friends of the Sea, Global Good Agriculture Process (GGAP), and Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA).
Best in Class might not sound specific but it means a great deal to us. It means we source our seafood from their natural waters at the appropriate time of the year. For example, we harvest our Atlantic Salmon from the pristine fjords of Norway, catch our Mahi Mahi in their native waters during the winter months, and are one the only companies that doesn’t add preservatives to our shrimp. We abide by strict catch quotas to protect native fish populations and will never sacrifice our commitment to a healthier plant to make a quick profit.
We scour the globe to discover and partner with the world’s most reputable fishmongers and are proud to promote producers who hold the same superlative standards as Wixter. The supply chain of the global seafood industry is extremely fragmented with traders, brokers, distributors, and other middlemen but Wixter only works directly with the men and who who catch and harvest our fish. By knowing the origins of our seafood and controlling our supply chain we are able to be fully transparent about every ounce of seafood we offer.