Now, we admit it: you don’t often see the words “Alaska” and “Italiano” mentioned in the same breath, no less in the very same recipe! But when a meal happens to be perfect, why worry about the origin of the recipe or the seafood, and why not just focus on how delicious it tastes?
Yep, today we’re here to talk about Alaska Pollock Italiano. When this Old Country cuisine dish meets fish from the frigid waters of the Alaskan Coast, it’s a match made in flavor heaven. And if you’ve already ordered your case of Zaycon Fresh‘s Wild Alaskan Pollock Fillets, then chances are you have everything else you need for this meal in your kitchen already!
This is a tasty, easy meal that can serve as a family dinner or can be served at your next dinner party. Scaling it up or down is easy, and once you’ve tried it a few times, feel free to play with the ingredients (try a Vodka Sauce, for example, for a creamy tangy twist).
Wild Alaskan Pollock Italiano
What You Need (10 Servings):
– 5 Cups Pasta (Rotini or Penne work great!)
– 1 1/4 Cups White or Yellow Onion, Chopped
– 2 1/2 Teaspoons Chopped Garlic
– 3 3/4 Cups Canned Tomatoes, Drained and Diced
– 1 1/4 Teaspoons Ground Cinnamon
– 2 1/2 Teaspoons Parsley Flakes
– 1 3/4 Cups Pizza Sauce (AKA Marinara)
– 1 3/4 Cups Black Olives, Sliced
– Oil and Cooking Spray As Needed
What You Do:
- Blend All Ingredients Except for Fish, Olives, and Pasta (blender or food processor).
- Stir In Olives, then Bake Sauce Mixture for 30 Minutes at 375 Degrees (glass dish, ceramic pan, or metal tray are all fine).
- Lay Frozen Fillets On Top of Sauce and Return to Oven. Bake at 375 Degrees for Additional 20 – 25 Minutes.
- Cook Pasta According To Instructions, Reserving 2 – 3 Cups Water Once Finished.
- Transfer Pasta to Serving Tray or Plates, then Drizzle With Oil.
- Top Tray or Each Plateful With Cooked Pollock Fillet and Ladleful of Sauce
Photo and recipe sourced from http://greatfishforgreatkids.org
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