Species Name:Citharichthys sordidus
Green – Best Choice
The most popular member of the Sanddab family
Where: Pacific Northwest; California
How: Bottom trawl
Treat Sanddabs as you would any smaller flatfish – they cook up quickly and are great sautéed, broiled or baked.
For Your Menu
Keep it simple with Sanddabs – sautéed in a bit of butter with some fresh local herbs and a squeeze of lemon, or paired with seasonal vegetables and a light citrus sauce.
For Your Waitstaff
Let your guests know that Sanddabs are predators that feed on crabs, squid, and octopuses. You are what you eat, and Sanddabs are delicious…
For Your Retail Display
Sand Dab fillets make a great seafood feature – they are affordable and customers will find them convenient and delicious.