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Icelandic Arctic Char

Icelandic Arctic Char



How to Thaw

Thaw frozen Arctic Char gradually by placing it in the refrigerator overnight. If you have to thaw seafood quicklky, either seal it in a plastic bag and imerse it in cold water, or - if the food will be cooked immediately thereafter - microwave it on the "defrost" setting and stop the defraust cycle while the fish is still icy but pliable. Most seafood should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees.

Rich, Buttery and Delicately Flakey

Arctic Char has a rich buttery taste, due to its high fat content, closely comparable to a sockeye salmon. Its flavor profile falls between trout and salmon, with flesh that ranges from light pink to deep red. Its skin is thin and delicate, making it easy to crisp. Overall, it’s a versatile fish that lends itself well to sautéing, baking, or grilling - making it perfect for a variety of delicious seafood recipes.

Arctic Char Fish Taco Recipe

  1. Cut into four pieces.
  2. Season with salt.
  3. Fry taco shell on dry pan, 10 secs on each side.
  4. Fry Arctic Char on high for 2 minutes each side.

FULL RECIPE

Soy and Miso Arctic Char Recipe

  1. Cut Arctic Char in half.
  2. Add soy sauce, water, and miso paste in a bowl, and whisk.
  3. Marinate Arctic Char for 20 minutes.
  4. Fry on high for 3 minutes on skin side.
  5. Fry on high for 1 minute on flesh side.

FULL RECIPE

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Seafood raised in sustainable aquaculture
Sustainably raised
Grindavik , Iceland
No unnecessary antibiotics
Seafood raised in sustainable aquaculture • Sustainably raised
Grindavik , Iceland
No unnecessary antibiotics
Matorka is powered completely by clean geothermal energy — one of the main energy sources in Iceland — and the water they use is pumped through a gravity-flow system, making Matorka a leader in sustainable practices. Their feed is also sourced locally from neighboring Icelandic fisheries, further reducing their carbon footprint.

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