Cooking Tips — northwest seafood

Tasty Tips & Tricks - West Coast Dover Sole

Tasty Tips & Tricks - West Coast Dover Sole

West Coast Dover Sole (or Microstomus pacificus for our fellow fish nerds) cooks up quickly with sweet, delicate, and flaky fillets that deserve a place on your table. Selected Recipes Fish with Caper and Butter Sauce, via sea2table.com Salsa Verde Sole, via HelloFresh Pacific Sole with Lemon and Ginger, via Diversivore Pacific Dover Sole Fish Tacos, via Joe's Butcher Shop Pacific Sole with Oranges & Pecans, via EatingWell Pacific Sole Meunière, via Rosemarie's Kitchen Sole Rolls with Salmoriglio Sauce, via Patty's Food What to Do Defrost slow and steady. Move Dover Sole to the fridge 24 hours before you plan to cook it....

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Tasty Tips & Tricks - Northwest Pacific Cod

Tasty Tips & Tricks - Northwest Pacific Cod

In addition to being a responsible and sustainable choice for dinner, Pacific Cod is absolutely delicious. This mild white fish is naturally low in fat, and its lean, flaky meat tastes great plain or with a wide range of cuisines and sauces. Recipes Prosciutto-Wrapped Cod, via Hungry by Nature Cod Cakes, via New York Times Cooking 20 Cod Recipes, via Bon Appetit Baked Cod with Vegetables, via Sea to Table's Home Cook Hall of Fame What to Do 1. Defrost a day ahead. Cod fillets are thick, so be sure to move them to the fridge 1-2 days before you plan...

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Tasty Tips & Tricks - Wild Alaska Salmon

Tasty Tips & Tricks - Wild Alaska Salmon

A favorite dish of fishermen, chefs, and fish lovers, our Alaska Coho Salmon and Alaska Sockeye Salmon are gourmet salmon options loved for its fine flavor and bright color.  Recipes Seared Salmon with Kale Salad, via sea2table.com Wild Salmon with Green Sauce, via New York Times Cooking Wild Alaska Salmon Crudo, via Bon Appetit Baked Coho Salmon with Meyer Lemon, via Sea to Table's Home Cook Hall of Fame Grilled Salmon with Honey Balsamic Glaze, via Sea to Table's Home Cook Hall of Fame What to Do 1. Defrost slow and steady. Move your salmon to the fridge 24 hours...

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