Norwegian and Japanese Fish Balls
I thought that Norwegian Fiskeballer (fish cake) aka Japanese Satsuma-Age is a perfect first posting. It's a common food that my husband and I both grew up eating all the time. The Norwegians in the family seem to like to use cod to make this. But in my family, we use pollack, mackerel or tuna surimi. By the way, surimi in Japanese literally means minced meat and Satsuma is not a little-peeling-friendly orange. It's an old name of a region now called Kagoshima in the south of Japan. Back to…
Baked Pollock Recipe - Food.com
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.
Fish curry with tomatoes and tamarind
This fish curry with tomatoes and tamarind is a super easy recipe, ready in 30 minutes and under 300 calories but is packed with fantastic flavours. It's perfect for a midweek meal
Pollock Recipe With Cheddar & Herb Crust - Great British Chefs
This is an excellent recipe for crusted pollock that's an easy fish dish to prepare. Nathan Outlaw's pollock recipe is a wonderful way to prepare this whitefish
How to Cook Pollock Fish | eHow.com
Properly prepared pollock can be appealing to both fish lovers and those who don't really care for the taste of most fish, because pollock has a mild flavor and low fat content. There are two types of pollock: Atlantic, which is also known as Alaskan, and Pacific. The biggest difference between the two types of fish is that Pacific pollock is more...
Pan-Seared Pollock Fish with Sauteed Mustard Greens and Bulgur Wheat Salad Recipe — Chef Marcus Samuelsson
Recipe By: Lindsay Hunt I had the great pleasure of going home for Easter weekend. While with my family, I wanted to make a delicious and quick lunch for my family before Sunday’s big feast. When I want cook a healthy, filling meal, I choose fish for its saturated fat, and its plentiful Omeg
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Sustainable pollock can be found in Japan, the US and Europe. If you can’t get your hands on some, we recommend substituting other varieties in the recipe.