Marinated Sablefish

Marinated Ginger Sablefish (Black Cod) Handling and Cooking Instructions

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Wild Alaskan Marinated Ginger Sablefish (Black Cod)

Velvety sablefish coated in a rich savory umami sauce with a caramelized top.

We've cut a 6oz portion of black cod and covered it with a delicious ginger marinade, vacuum sealed, and flash-frozen it. You simply defrost and bake it in the oven for a restaurant-quality gourmet meal at home.

This has been our family recipe for generations, and nothing gives us more pride than to bring it directly to you. 

 

 

Handling and Cooking Instructions

 

Defrost: 

Keep frozen until ready to eat

The marinade doesn't completely freeze, but the fish will be frozen. 

Thaw overnight in the refrigerator, or 30-45 minutes in COLD water

 

Cook:

Remove fish from the pouch and place on a foil-covered baking sheet. No need to pour additional sauce over the fish. 

Bake at 425 F for 20-25 min, broil for 2 min until caramelized

For easiest removal, pull pin-bones after cooking

 

 

Marinated Ginger Sablefish (Black Cod)

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