Crispy pollock, easy & gluten-free

I never thought I would publish a recipe for crispy pollock on my blog! And I certainly never thought it would be my first recipe. But, here we are.

Growing up, I hated crispy pollock, and my mom used to make it with fried onions, ew. At the time I couldn’t stand fried onions. Boy, was I stupid? Now, its actually one of my favorites. Oh, how your tastebuds change as you grow up. But, after seeing two pollock filets on sale one day, I suddenly wanted to try it again

Flour, salt and pepper mixture.

And let me tell you; it came out AMAZING!! It’s super quick and easy to do, 15 min maximum. And the best part is almost any side dish goes.

Scalloped potatoes

I decided to make scalloped potatoes in muffins tins and a little side salad. When I’m only cooking for two or three people I like to use a muffin pan to make my scalloped potatoes. That way they cook faster, and they come out in perfect portion sizes! Win-win YAY. For the potatoes I did it real simple; for 2 people I sliced 4 potatoes, placed them in the muffin pan, mixed 1 cup half-and-half, one minced garlic, and some salt and pepper to taste. I then poured it over the potatoes and topped it all off with some parmesan cheese. In the oven for 20 min, and voilĂ , scalloped potatoes.

Pollock in salt, flour, and pepper mixture.
Pollock mixed with the flour, salt, and pepper mixture.

I’m so excited to be sharing all of my favorite recipes with you guys. From both fond childhood memories as well as new recipes I’ve encounter and made through the years. It’s not impossible, in fact, not even hard, to make gluten-free food delicious

Alright, enough childhood chit-chat, let’s get to the recipe! I hope you enjoy it, and please let me know if you decided to try it out.

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Crispy pollock

Super easy, gluten-free crispy pollock.

  • 2 filets Pollock
  • 1/2 cup gluten-free flour (I used a mix of baking flour and almond flour)
  • 1 tbsp salt
  • 1 tbsp pepper
  • 1 tbsp butter/olive oil
  1. Mix the flour, salt, and pepper together in a large plate.

  2. Take the fish out of the package and use a paper towel to lightly pat the fish dry.

  3. Coat the fish in the flour mixture. Make sure the whole fish is gently coated.

  4. Warm up the butter/olive oil in a pan on medium heat.

  5. When the pan is hot, add the fish. Fry the fish for about 4-5 minutes on each side, flipping only ones.

  6. Serve along with your favorite side dishes. Bon appetit!

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