The most common variations are Red, Grey and Yellow / Tub Gurnards, but they are
very similar in shape and taste, it’s just the skin colours that change.
They are found around the UK and the Mediterranean from350g to 2.5kg, and are
always a good buy. Commonly used for stocks, soups and bouillabaisse, Gurnard
is not a big seller despite being rated by several well-known chefs. Although it is
bony, Gurnard has a good flavour, firm textured flesh, takes strong flavours and pan-
fries or grills well.