The creative professional chef can come up with some pretty amazing recipes with pollock fillets, given the right tools, a pantry full of spices, and an array of fresh ingredients. But even if you're not a professional chef, you can easily create some incredible dishes yourself, right in your own home kitchen, using ingredients you likely already have on hand. Cooking should be fun! We want to help you create culinary masterpieces, so we've put together some of our favorite pollock fish recipes right here.
These simple pollock recipes have relatively short, simple ingredient lists, and every one is easy to adjust to your own tastes and your own nutritional needs. Avoiding carbs? You can replace many carb-heavy ingredients with your favorite vegetables or low-carb replacements. Don't care for spicy? You can leave out any chilis or peppers in our recipes and replace them with something with a little less kick—sweet bell peppers are always good for this job. Because our healthy Alaskan pollock recipes are made with ingredients typically found in most kitchens, adjustments are easy!
What you'll find inside
We have a little something for every taste. Grilled, baked, fried, lightly salted or even no salt if that's how you like it. Be creative with your ingredients, follow the directions, but don't be afraid to try some ideas of your own, too. If you like a little spice, try our Chili Garlic Alaskan Pollock recipe. In the mood for a delicious but healthy sandwich? You won't want to miss the Alaskan Cod or Pollock Rueben. How about an Alaskan Pollock Burrito or a Crispy Baked Alaskan Pollock and Veggie Egg Roll?
Hungry yet? We sure are!
Before you begin, be prepared
It's always best to read through a recipe first and gather your ingredients before you begin your meal preparation. This is to be certain you have everything you need, and to give you time to make substitutions if necessary, without worrying about burning your meal or skipping a step. Some frozen ingredients need to be thawed, and others can be cooked right from the freezer—be sure to read your labels! That said, we've made sure each of our recipes is easy to follow and simple to cook, giving beginner and advanced cooks alike a great place to find new recipes.
Food safety is important
It's important to follow all safe food handling practices, especially dealing with raw seafood. Keep your work area clean, any utensils used on raw seafood should not be used for anything else, and wash your hands after handling raw fish. We suggest using paper towels for drying your hands or cleaning up spills, as regular kitchen towels can spread germs and contaminate foods. And please be sure to keep a food thermometer on hand. Fish should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F.
Above all else, have fun
Cooking should be a fun and exciting experience. We believe that our recipes are easy enough for beginners to feel confident in their skills, but challenging enough for advanced chefs to still enjoy. Don't be afraid to add or subtract from our recipes, and if you discover something truly tasty and want to share, feel free to send us an email or leave a comment on the site! Happy cooking!