When deciding which cod to buy for your next meal, think about the texture and flavour you’re going for.
The Atlantic cod is most well known as the fish used in fish and chips and can be substituted for haddock or sea bass. It has a flaky texture, mildly sweet flavour and is one of the most common white fish you will find.
Here’s an easy baked cod recipe.
Black cod can be found in the Northern Pacific Ocean and has a richer and more buttery flavour. Due to its high fat content, it is hard to overcook and can be used with any cooking technique from smoked and baked to grilled and sautéed. Black cod tends to pair well with Asian flavours, such as soy, ginger and miso.
Find our recipe for miso-marinated black cod here.