Cod is a mild fish that adapts well to all types of flavors and cooking techniques. It is a favorite no matter if served on its own, breaded, battered or with a sauce. Icelandic cod is higher in fat and is sweeter than Pacific cod varieties thanks to its diet of shellfish, crustaceans and small fish.
Fillets have a thick hearty flake. This is a flaky and mild white fish that stays moist after baking, pan-frying or steaming. Icelandic cod is an impressive fish on the plate thanks to its large flake.
No Sodium Trypolyphosphate is used (commonly sprayed on fish when presented as 'fresh').