If you like cod, try our wild caught North Atlantic scrod fillet.
Scrod is a young cod split and
boned, also known as baby cod fish. It is a staple in many coastal New England
and Atlantic Canada seafood and fish markets. Some say the baby cod or scrod is
even sweeter and more delicate than its grown-up counterpart.
This yummy white fish is great for baking,
stuffing or sautéing. Our goal at SeafoodHub is to provide you with the
very best that nature has to offer. Because we want the very best for our
customers, our fish fillets are all
natural. Nutritionists have known for decades that seafood is a low-fat source
of top-quality protein, and that the health benefits of eating seafood make it
one of the best choices for growing children, active adults, and the elderly.
Recent studies show that eating seafood can decrease your risk of heart attack,
stroke, obesity, and hypertension.
High protein scrod is an
excellent source of niacin, iodine, magnesium, and vitamin B6. Buy scrod fish and try this simple
recipe with our Wild Caught Scrod. Use ½ lbs scrod per person, lemon juice,
melted butter, a pinch of dill, milk, and herbed Panko crumbs. Soak the fish in milk for at least one hour. Oil a
shallow baking pan or dish. Remove the fish from the milk and sprinkle it with
lemon juice. Put the scrod in the greased pan with two tablespoons of water.
Bake the scrod uncovered in a preheated 450 degree oven for about ten minutes
(for one inch thick scrod), then broil (after dotting with butter and
sprinkling with herbed Panko crumbs) for two minutes until golden brown. A
great side dish for this delicious fish is fresh, organic crookneck squash cut
into rounds, drizzled with organic extra virgin olive oil, salted to taste and