Atlantic Pollock is a member of the cod family and is caught for Roche Bros. by Massachusetts fishermen harvesting from the Gulf of Maine.
This wild-caught fish has a delicate flavor and texture, similar to cod. While Pollock fillets appear darker in color, the fish will cook up white and flaky.
Top it with a blend of fresh lemon juice, fresh thyme, minced shallots and olive oil, and add salt and pepper to taste. And then cook it in the oven on broil.
Or coat it with breadcrumbs, dried sage and garlic powder, and sear it in a pan or bake it in the oven! Serve with a lemon wedge.
Pollock is also a great substitute in any cod or haddock recipe and adds wonderful flavor to soups, stews and chowder.