Sprattus sprattus

Whitebait are very small fish, usually sprats, around 5-8cm long. They are cooked and eaten whole - heads, tails, the whole kit and caboodle.

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Cooking tips

Whitebait are best defrosted and then coated in a little flour seasoned with salt and cracked pepper or paprika, and then deep fried. You don't need a deep fat fryer, just a large saucepan with a couple of inches of oil in the bottom. Get the oil super-hot and drop in the fish a few at a time. Once they've coloured up, they're good to go<br>

If you choose the coated whitebait, there is no need to defrost before cooking

Serve with lemon wedges and some super garlicky mayonnaise


Our whitebait is individually frozen allowing you to take a few out of the freezer at a time. Allow around 150g per person

Ingredients & Allergens     

100% Whole whitebait. Will contain bones and may occasionally contain a small amount of other species of fish
Coated Whitebait (60%), breadcrumb (wheat flour, yeast, salt, batter (water, wheat flour, salt)) Contains: fish, wheat, gluten