Wild seafood is one of Alaska’s most precious resources and our state goes to great lengths to ensure its continued abundance. From fishermen and processors to scientists and law enforcement officials, sustainability is not only crucial to our livelihood, but a deeply-ingrained tradition. Together Alaska’s five sustainability pillars tell the story of the important work Alaska does to ensure that sustainable Alaska seafood lands on your plate.
- Dice chicken wings and fry in olive oil. Add red shallots, garlic and thyme. After changing color, add chicken stock and boil for 30 minutes on low heat. Remove foam on top and strain;
- Marinate Alaska Pollock with pepper and salt. Fry with olive oil until both sides are golden;
- Cook green beans until well done and peel. Add to chick stock and puree in blender;
- To plate, layer green bean and chicken stock puree with pollock featured on top.
- Place scallions and sauce on fish for plating.Fried Alaska Pollock with Green Bean and Chicken Sauce