When it comes to fishing in the Last Frontier, there is no mistaking Alaskan Coho salmon. Although their sizes obviously vary, in some parts of Alaskan waters, they can reach weights in excess of 15 pounds. They also feature a beautiful metallic sheen. Many chefs use them to create some of the best, low fat, nutritious table fare in the world. “How low fat?”, you may ask. According to most sources, each 3 ounce portion contains a mere 3.7 grams. The same portion is also said to contain 900 grams of omega-3 fatty acids. That essentially makes them one of the least fatty species of salmon on the entire planet. That said, here are three ways to enjoy them this week:
Are you looking for an omega-3, vitamin D and protein rich, low fat piece of Alaskan seafood to serve at your next autumn dinner party? If so, give some thought to ordering our fresh Alaskan rock fish. Each 3.5 ounce portion contains a stunning 450 mg of omega-3s, 24 grams of protein, 310 mg of vitamin D and 2 grams of fat.
One way to serve it is on a bed of Welsh rarebit. Just in case you are not familiar with Welsh rarebit, it’s actually a hearty ale and cheese sauce that’s poured over top of toast points. It pairs well with assorted vegetables too like asparagus spears, mixed greens and brussels sprouts. We should also mention that our Welsh-style Alaskan rock fish dish would pair well with a nice glass of white wine too. With that said, here’s a quick rundown on how to put it all together.
Did you know that each 3 ounce portion of Alaskan cod is known to contain 20 grams of protein and a 0.048 modest grams of fat? It’s true. The tasty fish also has a firm texture and a mild flavor that makes it a versatile component to add to an autumn menu. Speaking of which, you may want to consider using fresh Alaskan cod to create an amazing casserole for tonight’s meal. Here’s how:
Has an upcoming family gathering got you searching for a few Alaskan seafood appetizer ideas? Why not simplify things and serve nutritious, Alaskan spot shrimp with a series of dipping sauces? You could place the Alaskan spot shrimp next to the dipping sauces or serve them together ala cocktail style. The choice is yours. Either way, here’s a look at several dipping sauces that would pair well with fresh Alaskan seafood:
With the holiday entertaining season fast approaching, we wanted to share some of our Alaskan seafood recipes. One that you may find ideal for small gatherings is our salmon mousse martini appetizer. No, it’s not a cocktail. It’s actually an Alaskan salmon mousse that is artfully served in martini glasses. Because the martini glasses are obviously portable, they make our Alaskan seafood appetizer perfect for situations when your guests will be mingling with one another on foot.
With Fall upon us, and winter nipping at its heels, it's about time to break out those belly-warming recipes to bring some heat to your home on those cold nights. This recipe for chili citrus tacos combines all the hardy and healthy (and tasty) attributes of Alaskan Salmon, mixed with the zesty and fun nature of Mexican cuisine. The fish taco, though not a truly new idea, is whimsical and wonderful by its very nature. It satisfies many facets of our dining experience, and is becoming a popular choice for dinner in Alaska.
So what better way of showing true Alaskan ingenuity by whipping up the best fish taco anywhere to be found. With that, we present: Alaskan Salmon Chili Citrus Tacos.
Pacific halibut is a healthy and delicious entrée that can be prepared in a number of ways. Whether grilled, broiled, sautéed, steamed or fried, this fish will delight the taste buds and satisfy even the heartiest of appetites without making people feel sluggish. Pacific halibut also goes well with a number of different starches and vegetables, which means your menu planning has nearly endless possibilities.
Alaskan king crab is a delicious dish, no matter how you prepare it for dinner. With king crabs from Alaska being fairly large, you might feel intimidated cooking king crab legs due to their size. But you should know that preparing them for dinner really doesn't take long at all while creating one of the tastiest dinners you'll ever have. Which cooking method tastes the best, though?
When it comes to the wonderful world of seafood, there are shrimp and then there are Alaskan spot shrimp from Prince William Sound. They are loved nationwide for their long bodies, buttery taste, deep russet coloring, medium-firm texture and healthy qualities. Each 3.5 ounce serving typically contains an impressive 26 grams of protein and a modest 153 calories. With that said, here are a few seafood dishes to consider making tonight:
Flaky, sweet, white, versatile and nutritious are just five of the adjectives that may be used to describe Alaskan halibut. Gigantic is another one. That’s because these tasty Alaskan denizens of the deep are known to reach weights in excess of 500 pounds! With that said, here’s a look at one great way to prepare the incredible fish for your family this autumn:
Alaskan Halibut Pie
Alaskan halibut pie is a perfect dish to serve in autumn as a late lunch or early dinner. It takes about an hour to make from start to finish and serves six people. In order to make it, you’ll need to obtain the following ingredients: