Our fresh, local Pollock is a mild, delicate-tasting white fish. It's often a bit more flavorful than cod or haddock because it has a slightly higher oil content. This healthy fat is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. Pollock is also very high in protein.
Though pollock is often breaded, battered, and fried, we prefer healthier approaches which also happen to bring out the flavor of the fish more.
You can bake, broil, sauté, or stream pollock. Season with fennel and lemon, and serve with a side dish of roasted or steamed vegetables from our fellow market vendors.
For a simple yet substantial main course, try this Baked Pollock recipe from Food.com.
- pollock fillets
- sour cream
- parmesan cheese
- salt and pepper