Gilt Headed Bream

Nutritional value
Valor nutricional
Hidratos de carbono por diferencia 2,34 g
Humedad 75,86 g
Proteína bruta 19,30 g
Grasa bruta 1,00 g
Cenizas 1,50 g
Energía 96 Kcal
Energía 399 Kj
Sodio 0,13 %
Ac. grasos monoinsaturados <0,02 %
Ac. grasos poliinsaturados <0,01 %
Ac. grasos saturados <0,02 %
Ac. grasos Omega3 <0,02
Ac. alfa-Linoléico %
Ac. Eicosatetraenoico %
Ac. Clupanódico %
Ac. grasos Omega6 <0,02
Ac. Linoleico %
Ac. gamma-Linolénico %
Ac Dihomo-gamma-linolénic %
Ac. Araquidónico %
Valor por 100 g de producto
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Gilt Headed Bream (Sparus Aurata) of the Sparus family a d widely consumed in the Spanish cuisine. Its common name comes from the characteristic feature on its face between both eyes. It is a coastal species found even in estuaries, and is the fish used typically for the sport of fishing.

Distributed from the British Isles and all the Mediterranean, including the Mar Minor. The young fish are found in coastal areas whilst the adults prefer deeper waters, up to 30m, although they can be found in up to 150m deep waters.

The nutritional value of this fish is semi fat with a significant supply of E, selenium, vitamin D,  polysaturated and monosaturated   fatty acids , proteins, cholesterol,  vitamins B12 and B6. For this reason, Dorada provides protection to the immune  and nervous systems and prevents cardiovascular illnesses.


Trawler fishing, and occasionally longline or dragline . Sports fishermen use rods.

Similar species

Japanese gilt headed bream, Australian gilt headed bream and Salpa or Salerma.