Thursday, 2 February 2012

Shrove Tuesday: Wild Alaska Pollock And Prawn Pancakes

This Shrove Tuesday, add a twist to your normal pancake recipe by making these scrumptious savoury Pollock pancakes. Simply add flakes of wild Alaska pollock, prawns and dill, parsley or thyme to a creamy cheese sauce.

Spoon into homemade pancakes and sprinkle with freshly chopped herbs before serving. Sustainable and delicious, you can’t get batter than that!

Sustainable Alaska pollock is a great eco-conscious seafood choice and available frozen all year round. Alaska’s long-term dedication to sustainability began over 50 years ago in the State constitution and has ensured continuous, wild and healthy harvests, and guaranteed that stocks of superior seafood are preserved for future generations.

Alaska’s most abundant seafood species, genuine Alaska pollock is a lean, mild and tender member of the cod family. Swimming freely in the icy waters of the North Pacific Ocean, they feed on natural marine life. Wild Alaska pollock is low in fat and a natural source of protein, vitamins, calcium and Omega-3 oils, and can be eaten as part of a balanced diet.

Alaska pollock is easy to prepare and the most versatile of all whitefish varieties, and great value for money too! You can also find ready-prepared wild Alaska pollock fish fingers in the ranges of your favourite fish finger brands.

That's Food and Drink would like to thank the following for helping to prepare this article:

The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute

Photography and Reportage: Steve Lee

Recipe and Food Styling: Sue Ashworth

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