BACALAO NEGRO DE ALASKA (GINDARA)

Anaplopoma fimbria

FAO area

Northeast Pacific (FAO area 67)

Dimensions

Up to 193cm

Weight

2.2Kg / more than 3.5kg

Season

9 months

The sablefish is a species common to the North Pacific that lives in deep waters, generally below 200 metres.
It’s also known as black cod, although it does not belong to the cod species.

Sablefish fishing in Alaska is strictly controlled and certified as 100% sustainable fishing.

This variety has soft, tasty meat with a high oleic content.

The texture of the meat is very special and works perfectly in different culinary creations.

It’s delicious cooked in various ways, but it’s particularly remarkable when roasted with miso.

SALES FORMATS

Iqf frozen – h & g (headless and gutted)

Frozen using the IQF system at -60°C to encourage the formation of smaller ice crystals inside the cells, which prevents flavour loss during thawing. 100% sustainable fishing.