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How do you know when pollock is done?

Asked: Mélanie Rousseau, Date Created:

For thinner fillets, such as red snapper, sea bass, or catfish, once the outside is opaque, the fish is done. For thicker fillets, like salmon, cod, or Alaskan pollock, gently insert a small, thin knife into the thickest part of the fillet to see if it's opaque throughout.

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    Kingfish produce large and thick fillets and they tend to be oily, so they are an outstanding choice for long and careful low-temperature smoking. Seasoned well, and smoked so they're not dry over orange, lemon, hickory or oak wood, king mackerel are delicious. Kings also are good coming off a grill.

  • What alcohol is good with fish?

    Liquor & Seafood Pairings

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    Also known as sweet shrimp, live spot prawns are quite popular in sushi bars where they are referred to as “amaebi”. Boasting a lobster-like texture and silky finish, the ample tails are typically enjoyed raw or lightly steamed in sushi bars, while the heads are often deep fried and enjoyed whole.

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