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Why Alaska Seafood?

Wild Alaskan seafood is high in omega-3 fatty acids which promote heart health, suppress inflammatory responses and improve blood flow.  Groundfish are an excellent source of lean protein, so eat Alaska seafood for a complete, high-quality protein to keep your muscles and bones strong and healthy.


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Powerhouse of Protein

A 3 ounce serving of Alaska pollock has 16 grams of protein, 130% of your B12, 285 mg of Omega-3s DHA and EPA, and 0 grams of carbohydrates.  Alaska pollock is described as, “a complete protein of the highest quality” by the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute.  Alaska pollock is also mild and tasty, a perfect fit for many recipes.  Our favorite?  Fish tacos!

Cilantro Cumin Marinade:
8 Alaska Pollock fillets, 4-5 oz. ea.
2 oz. cilantro, fresh, leaves and stems,
washed and dried
4 oz. tequila
4 oz. lime juice, fresh          
1 Tbsp. cumin, ground
8 oz. olive oil
2 tsp. Kosher salt
1 Tbsp. sugar

Cilantro Cumin Ranch Dressing:
8 oz. Ranch dressing, prepared          
¼ oz. cilantro, leaves only, minced
2 tsp. cumin, ground

Cabbage Mix:
4 oz. purple cabbage, sliced
4 oz. green cabbage, sliced

32 corn tortillas, 4-inch ea.
1 cup tomatoes, small dice
¼ oz. cilantro, leaves only, chopped
16 lime, wedges

Cilantro Cumin Marinade:  
Combine all ingredients except Alaska Pollock in a blender and purée until smooth.  Place fish in half hotel pan and cover with the marinade.  Refrigerate until needed.  Let fish marinate at least one hour.
Cilantro Cumin Ranch Dressing:  
Combine all ingredients and stir until incorporated.  Refrigerate until needed.  Can be made the day before.
Cabbage Mix:  
Combine both colors of cabbage.  Mix well.  Refrigerate until needed.

Directions Per Serving
Cut 1 fish fillet in half.  Place on a hot oiled grill and cook for 2 minutes; carefully turn and cook until fish starts to flake and is opaque throughout.  Meanwhile, warm 4 corn tortillas on grill.  To make tacos, stack 2 of the warm tortillas.  Layer with ½ oz. of cabbage, 1 ½ tsp. tomatoes, and 1 of the halves of grilled fish.  Repeat for second taco.  Drizzle tacos with Cilantro Cumin Ranch Dressing.  Sprinkle with chopped cilantro.  Garnish with 2 lime wedges.

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Grilled Alaska Pollock Tacos



Alternative Serving Suggestions

  1. Make a coleslaw using Cilantro Cumin Ranch Dressing.  Spread on cut mini hoagie rolls and add grilled fish.  Serve with tortilla chips.   

  2. Serve the Alaska Pollock on a bed of shredded iceberg lettuce. Dress with pico de gallo, crema and lime wedge.



Courtesy of Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute

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