Top Rated Pollock Recipes

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Anonymous
Ingredients: 1 pound firm fish fresh or thawed (halibut, haddock, cod, pollack, etc.) 1/4 cup dry white wine 1 medium onion finely chopped 2 garlic cloves minced 1/4 cup chopped parsley 1 bay leaf 8 small new red potatoes 3 carrots cut into 1/2" ...
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Ingredients 2 1/2 lb. of fish (preferably a mixture of pollack, coley or saithe, pilchards, whiting, mackerel, slices of conger eel),1/2 lb. of potatoes,3 carrots,1 large onion,1 clove of garlic,A bunch of mixed herbs, a clove,4 tablespoonfuls ...
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Ingredients See Ingredients in Direction Directions This is a most useful recipe for almost any white fish pollack, saithe, hake, coley cod fillet, whiting, grey mullet or what-have-you.If you are dealing with a small whole fish, cut off the ...
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It's hard to get consensus on the definition of scrod. According to well-known Boston chef Jasper White, most New Englanders would agree that it's baby cod weighing under two pounds. However, some say that baby haddock and pollack are acceptable. Others contend that the kind of fish isn't important, but the manner of preparation is: If it's not broiled with the breadcrumbs, it's just baby cod. The Parker House hotel in Boston claims to have invented the dish. Here's our rendition; we serve it with broiled tomatoes.
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RustyDogma
This dish has an excellent flavor and is quick and easy to make. Any fish filet works just fine for this recipe (flounder, tilapia, sole, pollack, haddock) and the combination of the high heat and the aluminum foil packets steams the veggies to perfection. I often put the packets together up to a day ahead of time, and pop them in the oven when I get home from work to let them marinate a bit. This is portioned out for my husband and I for a Keto diet (9 grams of net carbs per serving using USDA calculations, not sure why it's a bit higher here).
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Cooking Index
Even fish haters and the pickiest kids can't turn down these crisp, puffed morsels of fish. Pollack is the ideal choice, since it holds together best when cooked, though cod or haddock also work well.
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littlesponger
This soup is quick and delicious.
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anon-lae33olij34n@base.google.com (BigOven.com - 150,000+ Recipes)
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Chef #824788
My staff at Relios Jewelry encouraged me to share this recipe. I just love it! It is my favorite summer recipe! It is perfect for company, everyone can participate by building their own burrito. Since the cucumber salsa is quite chunky, I don't feel a side salad is necessary. Rice is an option...but chips and guacamole are always in order!
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littlesponger
This is a popular soup in Korea. It's commonly called HaeJangGuk = 'hung over soup' because its very soothing after drinking alcohol. This soup is extremely light on the stomach, and cleans all the alcohol toxins from the previous nights fever. It is cheap and healthy soup.
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littlesponger
Pollack roes are very popular in Korea and Japan. When you just get the salted pollack roes, they're usually frozen. Keep in in the refrigerator for a while to defrost it. It give fluffy texture & spicy when you add it to egg dish.
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cgmary
After eating a dish something like this one in a restaurant, I decided to reconstruct it in my kitchen. A few tries later, this is my delicious recipe
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