Alaska Black Cod --also known as Sablefish-- with its velvety, rich flavor and delicate texture recalls its other name - Butterfish. Caught wild in Alaska's icy, pristine waters. Sweet, delicate and intensely flavorful, our Sablefish lends itself to a variety of preparation styles - whether it's grilled, smoked, poached or roasted, the results are excellent.
Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, Alaska Black Cod provides iron, calcium, iron, copper and other minerals. Plus, it's an excellent source of high-quality protein.
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Miso Bronzed Black Cod Recipe
Prep Time: Cooking Time: From the recipe files of Alaska Tim
24 oz. Black Cod Fillets, (4 fillets)
1 cup cooking sake
1 cup mirin (sweetened cooking sake)
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 cups organic shiro miso (regular miso is acceptable)
You'll find the sake, mirin, and white miso not only in Japanese markets but also in most well-stocked supermarkets.
In a sauce pan place sake and mirin bring to a boil and burn off alcohol, lower heat
and add miso paste, mix and cook on low heat until smooth for approx. 20 minutes, stir
frequently so the miso doesn't burn. Add sugars and stir until smooth and sugar
dissolves. Remove from pan and let cool in fridge stirring occasionally.
After marinade is cool, pat fish dry and place in marinade covering all surfaces
for 48 hours.
Place fish on lined baking sheet pan skin side down in a broiler for 5 minutes.
Flip fish to skin side and finish cooking for 5 minutes. If broiler not available, a
regular oven at 375 degrees F for the 7 minutes each side or until desired caramelization.