unfilleted

unfilleted

(ʌnˈfɪlɪtɪd)
adj
(Cookery) not filleted
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All commercial-season fish must be caught only by rod and reel and sold whole, ungutted and unfilleted, ensuring that illegal shorts can readily be measured.
If you're not in the habit of eating unfilleted fish then go for something else.
INGREDIENTS 4 x 300-400g lemon sole (unfilleted weight) 500g spring cabbage, washed, and trim off stalks 200g pancetta or streaky smoked bacon 1 large onion, sliced 1 bay leaf 1 carrot, peeled and roughly chopped 1 litre cold water 100ml white wine 75g unsalted butter Small bunch white grapes (optional) METHOD 1.
It has told the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that it intends to levy Euro 522 on every tonne of unfilleted fish and Euro 722 per tonne of filleted salmon that enters the European Union (EU) over certain fixed quotas for the next six months.
In the next passage, he describes Isabel's own representation of the cottage, the "curious picture" (133) she has sketched with purple berries on a "strip of pinky-silver skin / Peeled from the birchen bark!" (134-35): That cottage, with its slanting chimney smoke, And close beside its porch a sleeping child, His dear head pillowed on a sleeping dog, One arm between its forelegs, and the hand Holds loosely its small handful of wild-flow'rs, Unfilleted, and of unequal lengths--(127-32)
I gave my unfilleted steaks to Chinese friends who enthusiastically steamed the fish.