Wild Alaskan cod filets are dipped in melted butter with sea salt, black pepper, dried lemon peel and a bit of Old Bay seasoning, then rolled in freshly-crushed, unsweetened organic corn flakes (gluten-free). Baked until flaky and crisp and served with a tartare of homemade mayonnaise, capers, gherkins and chives..
Crispy, Oven-Fried Cod with Homemade Tartare
Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus or true cod) is found mainly along the continental shelf and upper slopes with a range around the rim of the North Pacific Ocean, from the Yellow Sea to the Bering Strait, along the Aleutian Islands to a depth of about 900 meters.
Cod is very low insSaturated fat. It is also a good source of Niacin, Vitamin B12 and Potassium, and a very good source of Protein, Vitamin B6, Phosphorus and Selenium.
Fresh jalapeños, scallions, sea salt and a touch of sesame oil is sandwiched between layers of pole-caught ahi tuna (1/4-inch dice) combined with olive oil, fresh grapefruit juice, sea salt, black pepper and freshly-ground coriander.
The dish is plated with fresh Texas grapefruit pieces tossed with raw coconut aminos (think soy-free soy sauce), mirin and cilantro. Toasted hemp seeds top the raw tuna..
Tuna Tartare with a Texas Twist
When eating raw tuna, take care to ensure that it is exceedingly fresh and that you keep it well chilled at all times. I cut the tuna into steaks and place them in the freezer just until they begin to firm up, then dice, season and serve as quickly as possible.
Please don’t use any threatened species of tuna or those caught in an environmentally destructive manner!