Alaskan Black Cod
…highly prized by food connoisseurs and top chefs for its succulence and for its buttery flavor, hence the moniker “butterfish”…
boneless and frozen fillets, skin on, 8 oz. each
Alaskan Black Cod or (Sable Fish) is highly prized for its succulence and for its buttery flavor, hence the moniker “butterfish”. This fish has a unique snow-white flesh. It has a delicate texture which flakes into soft, large juicy pieces. Prized by chefs throughout the world for its versatility in ways it can be prepared; either smoked, sautéed, poached or roasted. It’s one of the easiest fishes to cook. Black Cod is very appreciated by health-conscious people because of its high levels of Omega 3 fats.
Alaskan Black Cod live at an enormous depth, up to 5,000 feet and habitat the very northern areas of the coolest, cleanest and deepest parts Pacific Ocean.
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Storage, handling and cooking instructions:
Store in freezer at a temperature of 0 or minus ⁰F.
Thaw each package of Black Cod Filets in cold water for 30 – 45 minutes. Then rinse and dry. Cook to your desire.
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