We are lovers of seafood, and we especially like a good piece of Barramundi as it’s super easy to cook and is very versatile. There’s so much ways you can cook it, as well as what to cook it with. On the Australian Barramundi website, you can find a range of different recipes to try for yourselves.
Our Barramundi was sourced from Humpty Doo Barramundi, an 100% Australian family owned and operated farm, halfway between Darwin and Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory. They deliver a premium, saltwater Barramundi that is sustainably grown. You can purchase this at your local Woolworths.
We cooked our Barramundi a few different ways, but all with a crispy skin.
• With Bok Choy and sweet chilli sauce and a dash of lemon
• With sweet potato purée, apple shards and carrot
• With macadamia, crispy potatoes and native indigenous herbs
Each way was nice and simple to highlight the flavour and texture of the fish, all made with a crispy skin.
We think it’s a great meal for any day, but in particular to have over the Easter weekend.
Aussie Barra is sustainably farmed in Australia so when you’re out shopping, don’t forget to #askforaussiebarra
Our Barramundi was gifted from Humpty Doo Barramundi