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"The black cod was impeccably marinated in a rich, savory miso sauce that you could taste in every bite. The packaging was top-notch and it arrived in pristine condition. The cooking instructions were clear and easy to follow."
- Amy T, Verified Buyer
How to Prepare Your Miso Black Cod:
Remove preferred number of portions from the freezer and thaw in the refrigerator overnight.
- Cut open the portion packages and place on a plate. With a butter knife or spatula, gently remove excess miso marinade off of the portions and dispose.
- Preheat the oven to 400°.
- Heat an oven safe, lightly oiled skillet to medium high on your stove and place portions in skillet, skin side up. Sear flesh for approximately 2 minutes to caramelize the fish.
- Gently flip fish over, skin side down and then place skillet in oven to continue cooking.
- Bake until internal temperature is 135-140°, approximately 15-18 minutes. The black cod should be flaking apart and have a nice caramelized top.
What Makes Our Miso Black Cod Special
Sablefish, also known as black cod or butterfish, is revered for its succulent, buttery texture and rich, flavorful taste. Harvested from the pristine waters of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, our sablefish is the epitome of premium wild seafood.
We've taken this extraordinary sablefish and marinated it with an exquisite, fresh Hikari Miso Marinade, creating a symphony of flavors that will leave your taste buds dancing with delight. The 2oz serving of the signature Hikari Miso Marinade perfectly complements the 6oz sablefish portion, ensuring an unforgettable culinary experience.
Miso Marinated Black Cod
Our miso black cod portions are flavorful and flaky, with a slightly sweet and umami-rich taste. It pairs perfectly with a variety of side dishes including Steamed Rice, Cucumber Salad, Asian Slaw, Stir Fried Vegetables, Sautéed Bok Choy and Miso Soup.
The Hikari Miso farm and factory are located in the mountainous regions of Nagano, a quiet farming town with its waters being fed by a natural fresh spring coming from high in the Japanese Alps. A cool stream of this icy cold and crisp-pure water feeds the soy bean ingredients that are used to craft the miso sauce in this recipe.
Sustainably Caught in the USA
We take pride in our commitment to sustainability and responsible fishing practices. Our crab is harvested using methods that protect the ocean and the environment, ensuring that future generations can continue to enjoy the bounty of the sea.