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Miso Black Cod

Miso Black Cod

A twist on Nobu’s famous Miso Black Cod, this dish is sure to please crowds. Pacific Black Cod’s silky, creamy white flesh and its high levels of fatty Omega-3’s make it a favorite of professional and home chefs alike. Highly versatile, totally delicious, and easy to prepare because the fat acts as a buffer against overcooking. Miso Black Cod Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 Pacific Black Cod fillets, skin on (two 5 oz pieces) 1 tbsp miso paste 1 tbsp brown sugar (or mirin if you have it) 1 tbsp boiling wate ½ tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp grated ginger Scallions...

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Grilled Halibut with Rhubarb

Grilled Halibut with Rhubarb

Food cooked over fire has a special place in our hearts—and stomachs. When grilling fish directly over a flame without using foil, choose a fish that is meaty and thick, such as our Northwest Pacific Halibut. Make sure your grill is very clean to help prevent the fish from sticking. Pat your fish dry and brush it liberally with a high-smoke-point oil such as grapeseed, peanut, safflower, or canola. PRO TIP: Using mayo (as in this recipe) helps prevent the fish from sticking to the grill and it doesn't light on fire as easily as oil. It also helps keep...

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Fried Fish Tacos

Fried Fish Tacos

What's more crowd-pleasing than fish tacos? How about fried fish tacos featuring our sustainable Northwest Pacific Cod—green-listed by Monterrey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch, and certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council. Better yet, try a variety of different fish with this recipe when you purchase Sea to Table’s Wild Fish Taco Kit, our perfectly-curated box of 16 servings of the most popular fish taco fillings! Fried Fish Tacos Serves 2 Ingredients: 12 oz Northwest Pacific Cod fillets (or other white firm fish such as Pacific Halibut) Salt and Pepper ¾ cup Flour ½ tsp Smoked Paprika or Chipotle Powder 1 cup (8oz)...

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Cured Salmon Gravlax

Cured Salmon Gravlax

Gravlax, salmon cured in sugar and salt until it is silky smooth, is incredibly easy to make. It only takes about 10 minutes to put gravlax together, and a short 24 hours later, you’ll have perfectly cured fish. The most important thing to remember when making homemade gravlax is that you must use the finest quality salmon you can find. Our gravlax starts with Sea to Table Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon or Coho Salmon. Its bright, clean flavor reflects the wild salmon's varied diet and the clean ocean environment in which it grows to maturity. Cured salmon comes in many forms,...

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