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Caught using the traditional hook and line method, one fish at a time, in the cold North Atlantic waters that surround the country of Iceland by local dayboat fishermen. Naked Cod is the prime choice for superior taste and light, flaky texture.
SERVING: (2) 6 oz. Prime Cut Portions
CERTIFICATION: MSC Certified Sustainable (learn more)
METHOD: Caught sustainably on hook and line, one fish at a time. Flash frozen within hours of catch to lock in peak freshness, texture, and flavor.
HEALTH HIGHLIGHT: 25 grams of protein per portion and 50% daily value of Vitamin B-12
True to our name, Naked is nothing but the finest quality seafood sourced naturally from local communities around the globe. Seafood Wholesaler New England
Remove frozen cod portions from all packaging. Thaw in refrigerator overnight, or for 8 hours. For quicker thawing, keep fish in plastic wrap and place under cold running water for 5 to 7 minutes or until thawed.
Do not refreeze. Thawed cod can be stored under refrigeration for two days. Once thawed, pat dry of any excess moisture.
(3) Naked Cod Portions, thaw and pat dry
Artichoke Pesto Crust:
Make the Artichoke Pesto Crust: Drain artichokes and squeeze out excess water. Chop artichokes into a finely diced mixture. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Keep chilled until ready to bake.
To Cook and Serve: Pre-heat oven to 425°F. Arrange Cod portions onto an oiled baking dish. Top each cod portion with an even layer (¼ – ½) of artichoke pesto. Add ⅛ inch water to the bottom of the baking dish.
Bake for 15 – 17 minutes, until cod is cooked throw and flakes easily.
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We live in North Carolina and put in at least one $100 order per month, for over a year now! The Cod is so fresh! Every single time! We pan sear it with garlic, tomatoes and an herb or two. Amazing! The crab cakes, stuffed clams, stuffed haddock, shrimp, fresh haddock….OH SO GOOD!
I always keep a few bags of cod fillets in the freezer, they are great marinated with miso and roasted, prepared in a Thai curry, or added to soups and sews
The cod was the best I can remember! There was a delay in shipping a day. The dry ice had evaporated and air temp was in the 40's in the top of the box but the fish was kept frozen with the ice packs that were in the bottom. We finished thawing the top pack of Cod and ate it the next day. It was excellent! Thanks
As close to fresh as can be.
One piece was large and thick good for grill. The other one was a tail section that I plan to make fish sticks from.
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