Cod Morros are the initial part of the fillet and they come in slices of about 120 g each with the skin on, making them ideal for a single luxury serving.
We recommend cooking in cooking oil, in tempura, always checking that the temperature never exceeds 140°F.
It can also be sliced thinly to eat it raw in a carpaccio style.
What makes Giraldo cod special?
Hooked in the clear waters of the Faroe Islands and processed directly on board; Giraldo cod is cured for months in salt at a controlled temperature and cut into uniform parts to ensure even desalting and uniform taste. It is desalted only by customer order and only with ice water-which is why this cod can be called the cod of masters!
Iceland and the Faroe Islands
Desalted Codfish - Gadus Morhua
Vacuum-packed, fresh, 2.2 lb
Giraldo buys only wild cod caught by hook and line in the cold waters off Iceland and the Faroe Islands, relating only to selected and now historic small vessels.
The trademark is then the desalting and draining process, consolidating Giraldo worldwide. From 1973 to the present, Giraldo has always had one goal: to elevate a poor traditional Basque dish to be considered, the Cod of Masters.