Cod - Atlantic, Large, Wild, USA
It’s no wonder Atlantic Cod is one of the most popular seawater fish. Its lean, flaky yet somewhat dense flesh is mild but distinctive in flavor. Lovers of Pollock, Haddock and Hake are sure to list Atlantic Cod as an entrée favorite.
Region & Fishery
Atlantic Cod is another one of those fish with a history. In fact, it has been an important economic food since the Viking period (around 800 AD).
Cod is another one of those versatile fish. Be creative and bake, broil, steam, poach or sauté it. We also like to fry it in a tempura batter for an amazing Fish n Chips entrée. Keep spices and herbs subtle, though.
Cod offers up a nutritious meal – high in protein and a good source of Vitamins A, C, B6, B12, and Omega-3.
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Grilling
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Pan Searing
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Pan Roasting
FFM Seafood Cooking Methods - Steaming
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Info Source U.S. Food and Drug Administration