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Cooking Pollock

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Treat exactly like cod and you won't go far wrong lovely meaty white fish that can take on some big flavours(Thai,Chinese,Indian)as well as the subtle try and old classic kedgeree

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i have amate who is a fisherman gives pollock all the time cook it in beer batter same as cod

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Brilliant fish to eat I spear fish and always catch them :)

Quick and easy recipe

1 cup of flour

1 tablespoon of baking soda

1 cup of water

 

Mix all together

Dry pollock fillets no skin with flower

Put in batter mix put in pan with low heat,

 

Serve with chips and mushy peas :)

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Never had fresh pollock and there are hundreds of big feckers around me defo one to get onto.

 

One another subject last night I made Dorado baked in salt and herbs frickin lovely nom nom

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Never had fresh pollock and there are hundreds of big feckers around me defo one to get onto.

 

One another subject last night I made Dorado baked in salt and herbs frickin lovely nom nom

Dorado is lovely mate, caught them in Barbados, one of the nicest fish I've eaten...

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Different Dorado the one in Spain is Gilt Head Bream.

Of course, I forgot they called bream dorado, thanks

 

I meant dorado dolphin.. Of mahi mahi... We had 6 on the boat one day, cracking fighting fish and taste bloody lovely..

 

Cheers

Kev

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Different Dorado the one in Spain is Gilt Head Bream.

That's the one and it's fookin lovley :D the flesh has a hint not far from citrus/lime very nice fish to eat.

 

I'm lucky here the amount of fresh seafood available, still not tried half of it yet but working on it :thumbs:

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