A thin strip of fish that has been cut from the fish fillet. Also referred to as a fish finger or baton, the goujonette is cut across the width (not length) of a raw fillet, providing a strip, generally less than 1 inch wide, that is cut from the top to the bottom of the fish fillet. A goujonette is typically batter fried so it maintains a thin narrow shape and is served as an appetizer.
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