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15 lbs. Sockeye Salmon Share

$200.00

15 lbs. Sockeye Salmon Share

$200.00


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Expected date of delivery September 2018 (approximate)

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Characteristics of the Fish

  • Mild flavored salmon
  • Bright orange to red color
  • Lean and flakey salmon

Details of Harvest and Seasonality

Harvest Area: Southeast Alaska and North Bristol Bay near Naknek AK
Gear Type: Power Troll, Hand Troll and Gillnet
Primary Fishery Management: Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game
Harvest Season: mid-May through mid-September

Suggested Cooking & Handling

Be especially careful not to overcook Sockeye Salmon. Avoid using acidity or salt before cooking as these ingredients tend to extract the subtle omega-3 fats from the sockeye. Acidity and salt may be used to enhance flavor after cooking while the fillet is at rest.

Grill:

  • 325 degrees for 10 minutes per inch of thickness.
  • Remove fillet from heat promptly once the appropriate cooking time has elapsed then allow the cooked fillet to rest for 4 minutes before serving.

Bake:

  • 325 F degrees for 10 minutes per inch of thickness.
  • Remove fillet from heat promptly once the appropriate cooking time has elapsed then allow the cooked fillet to rest for 4 minutes before serving.

Pan Sear:

  • Heat lightly oiled skillet to the smoke point using medium heat then place the fillet skin side down and cover with a lid to cook for approximately 5-6 minutes.
  • Remove the fillet from the heat and allow it to rest for 4 minutes. If the sockeye skin seems to stick to your pan then remove only the fillet leaving the skin behind on the pan. Fully cooked sockeye will easily lift off the cooked skin of the fillet.
  • Remove from the heat after the correct time has elapsed then allow the fillet to rest for 4 minutes before serving. At this time you may drizzle your cooked sockeye with any additional sauce of flavor you wish to add before serving.
  • Alternate skillet method: Prepare pan as described above and plave the fish skin side up into the hot oil for approximately 3 minutes.  When sockeye is ready to flip it will lift easily otherwise wait another minute of two until fish is slightly golden then flip onto the skin side down and continue cooking for additional time required.  avoid cooking sockeye fillets for more than 10 minutes per inch thickness.  Total cook time of a 1/2 inch thick sockeye portion is 6 minutes.
Weight 15 lbs

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