Recipe Courtesy of Wild Alaska SeafoodThe phrase, “a la planch,” means to pan-fry or griddle, which is exactly how you should be cooking the tender Alaskan Pollock fillets. Potatoes, charred red peppers, tomatoes, and pearled onions make add balance and depth to this deliciously healthy dish.
Recipe Courtesy of Alaska SeafoodThe perfect taco has the right balance of crunch, spice, freshness, and acid. These Alaska Pollock tacos get a kick from thinly sliced jalapeños, a crunch from the shredded cabbage, freshness from the avocado, and the proper hint of acid from a squeeze of lime.Click here for the Seafood Guide: Which Are Healthiest? Which Should You Avoid?
Recipe Courtesy of Alaska SeafoodThis refreshing spin on a classic bánh mi is the ideal option for pescetarians or anybody that doesn’t love head cheese (one of the traditional bánh mi accoutrements). Thinly cut, pickled vegetables add a nice acidic crunch to the light and flaky pollock.
Recipe Courtesy of Alaska SeafoodThis Alaska pollock gratin is far from diet food, however it’s a worth-while indulgence. Gooey cheese, pungent mustard, and Alaska pollock make for a lovely taste and textural combination.
I'm always looking for ways to enjoy baked fish. This recipe works not just for pollock but for just about any fish fillet. Cook time will depend on the thickness and size of your fillets. I used frozen pollock fillets, thawed.