A bit sweeter than their Pacific cousins, Atlantic Cod has a lean, flaky yet somewhat dense flesh that is mild but distinctive in flavor. If you enjoy Pollock, Haddock and Hake, be sure to include Atlantic Cod on your menu too.
Atlantic Cod are camouflage experts, changing their color depending on their surroundings.
Atlantic Cod is extremely versatile to prepare. You may bake, broil, steam, poach or sauté it, keeping herbs, spices and sauces subtle. Also try frying it in a light batter for a delicious Fish n Chips entrée.
Atlantic Cod is versatile nutrition-wise, as well. It’s high in protein and a good source of Vitamins A, C, B6, B12, and Omega-3 fatty acids.