Cooking F.A.Q.'s

Ed's Kasilof Seafoods

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Cooking Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I cook my fish for?

A good rule of thumb is to cook your fish at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes per inch of thickness or until the meat turns from a translucent to opaque and flakes easily with a fork. Do not over cook your fish and be sure to cover your baking dish if you bake it in your oven.

Do I need to cook my crab?

No. All of our crab (King, Dungeness & Snow crab) comes pre-cooked. You need only to defrost to serve chilled or steam to temperature for serving warm.

Is smoked salmon and nova lox cooked?

Yes. Our kippered smoked salmon (hot smoke) is fully cooked and ready to eat out of the package. Nova lox is cold smoked and ready to eat out of the package. Further cooking of either product, in pastas, soups or other recipes, will only enhance your culinary experience.

Is there a toll-free number I can call to get more information about safely handling seafood?

Yes. You can call the USDA's toll-free hotline for meat & seafood:



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