Sautéed Wild Alaskan Pollock with Parmesan Crumbs

Prep Time: 20 Minutes

Serves 4

All you need is one pan for this easy dinner solution! If you don’t have time to season the bread crumbs yourself, sub in Italian style panko crumbs and omit the parsley. Serve the dish with a green salad or some steamed green beans.

INGREDIENTS

2/3  Cup Panko Bread Crumbs

1/3  Cup Parmesan Cheese (Grated)

3  TBSP Fresh Parsley (Chopped)

Salt & Ground Black Pepper (to taste)

Pinch Cayenne Pepper

3  TBSP Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Lemon Wedges

4  Fillets Trident Seafoods® Wild Caught Alaskan Pollock Fish Fillets 2.1 lb

DIRECTIONS

(For best results prepare using frozen fillets)

Heat a dry nonstick skillet over medium high heat. Add panko bread crumbs; toast, stirring until crumbs are lightly browned.

Transfer toasted bread crumbs to a medium size bowl. Add parmesan, parsley, salt, black pepper and cayenne pepper. Stir in 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Set aside.

Wipe out skillet.

Heat skillet to medium high heat and add remaining olive oil. Add Alaskan Pollock fillets and cook 5 minutes. Turn over fillets and heap with crumb mixture. Cover and cook another 3-5 minutes.

Garnish with lemon wedges and serve.

 

TRIDENT SEAFOODS® WILD CAUGHT ALASKAN POLLOCK SKILLET CUTS

Wild-caught in the icy waters of Alaska, Alaskan Pollock is one of the most abundant and sustainable seafood species in the world. A cousin to cod and similar in flavor, texture, and appearance, Alaskan Pollock’s lean, snowy-white meat, delicate texture, and mild flavor make it an extremely versatile and healthy seafood choice.

SERVING SUGGESTION

• Stir fried with vegetables and your favorite seasonings
• In pasta with pesto, garlic and basil
• Add to your favorite soup recipe
• As a fish taco or tortilla wrapFast and Easy Tacos
Heat a large skillet to medium high and spray with nonstick cooking spray. Add Skillet Cuts to pan and sauté. Stir occasionally for about 2 minutes. Add 1 packet of taco seasoning and ½ cup of water. Mix gently to distribute seasoning evenly. Bring to a boil then lower heat to a simmer and cook for another 3 to 4 minutes or until fish is opaque and flaky.

PREPARATION AND COOKING

*COOK FROM FROZEN- Thawing is not recommended*

PAN-FRY: Preheat a non-stick pan to medium-high and add oil to cover the bottom of the pan. Fry for about 5 minutes on each side.

Microwave cooking is not recommended.

Cooking times and temperatures may vary substantially. Internal temperature should be at least 165°F.

FOOD SAFETY

KEEP FROZEN 0°F OR BELOW UNTIL READY TO USE. THAWING IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

Grilled Wild Alaskan Pollock with BBQ Sauce and Pickled Slaw

Prep Time: 25 Minutes

Serves 4

Ingredients

4  Cups Coleslaw Mix (pre-packaged)

1  Cup Onion (Thinly sliced)

3/4  Cup Bread and Butter Pickles (chopped)

1/4  Cup Bread and Butter Pickles Juice

Cooking Spray

Salt & Ground Black Pepper (to taste)

1  TSP Cumin (Ground)

1/4  Cup Mayonnaise

BBQ Sauce

Crispy Fried Onions

Jalapeno Peppers (Chopped)

4  Fillets Trident Seafoods® Wild Caught Alaskan Pollock Fish Fillets 2.1 lb

Directions

(For best results prepare using frozen fillets)

In a large bowl, toss together coleslaw mix, sliced onion, pickles and pickle juice. Season with salt and pepper.

Preheat grill to medium-high and oil the cooking grates.

Spray fillets with cooking spray and season with salt, pepper and cumin.

Grill Alaskan Pollock Fillets for 5 minutes. Turn and brush with BBQ sauce; cook 2 minutes. Turn and brush again, cook another minute.

Serve with slaw mixture, sprinkled with crispy fried onions and jalapenos.

Fried Garlic Soy Wild Alaskan Pollock

Prep Time: 25 Minutes

Serves 4

Here’s a great excuse to get out the deep fryer: crispy, battered and fried Alaskan Pollock tossed in a two-ingredient sauce. Make sure to use chili garlic sauce, not Sriracha in the dish…. it’s much thicker than sriracha…perfect for coating the fish. Serve the crispy battered Alaskan Pollock fillets with steamed rice and a simple cucumber salad.

1/3  Cup Chili Garlic Sauce

1  TBSP Soy Sauce

3/4  Cup All-Purpose Flour

1/4  Cup Cornstarch

1/4  TSP Baking Powder

1/4  TSP Baking Soda

1/2  TSP Salt

3/4  Cup Seltzer Water

Frying Oil

Sesame Seeds

Scallions (thinly sliced)

4   Fillets Trident Seafoods® Wild Caught Alaskan Pollock Fish Fillets 2.1 lb

Directions

(For best results prepare using frozen fillets)

Cut Pollock Fillets in half.

In a small bowl, combine chili garlic sauce and soy sauce. Set aside.

In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, cornstarch, baking powder, soda powder and salt. Whisk in seltzer water. Set aside.

Heat oil in fryer or large deep pot to 375°F.

Dip Alaskan Pollock fillet halves into batter, letting excess batter drip off. Fry until golden brown, about 3-4 minutes.

Toss fillets in chili sauce mixture. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and scallions; serve.

Grilled Sweet and Spicy Wild Alaskan Pollock

Prep Time: 15 Minutes

Serves 4

Here’s a simple topping for tender, grilled Wild Alaskan Pollock…you can use just about any type of jam mixed with mustard and a pinch of dried oregano. Grill the Alaskan Pollock fillets (make sure the grill grates are clean and well oiled) and top with the jam mixture. Done!

Ingredients

1/4  Cup Blackberry Jam

4  TSP Dijon Mustard

1  TSP Oregano (Dried)

1/8  TSP Cayenne Pepper

Cooking Spray

Fresh Cilantro (Chopped)

4  Fillets Trident Seafoods® Wild Caught Alaskan Pollock Fish Fillets 2.1 lb

Directions

(For best results prepare using frozen fillets)

In small bowl, combine jam, mustard, oregano and cayenne. Set aside.

Preheat grill to medium-high.

Spray fillet on both sides with cooking spray.

Grill Fillets for 5 minutes. Turn over fillets and brush with jam mixture; cook 2 minutes. Turn fillets and brush again, cook another minute.

Sprinkle fillets with cilantro and serve.