Scorfano is the Italian word for rascasse, a kind of fish varying in color from red to a combiantion or mixture of greens and browns and measures 25 to 50 centimeters.This fish has large head and fan-shaped spiny fins. They are used in cooking fish soup, especially the bouillabaisse, but the red rascasse which has a firm white, flesh may also be baked

Scorfano is pronounced "skohr-fah-noh"

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