Gorgeous baked pollock

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Gorgeous Baked Pollock

Gorgeous pollock baked in a pot - this dish will make you fall in love with a fish forever. Tender pollock meat, supplemented with hearty potatoes - a delicious lunch or dinner. A sour cream sauce only complements the perfect combination, making the dish incredibly fragrant and juicy. Baked pollock with potatoes is a full-fledged second fish dish.

Ingredients:

  • 600 grams of pollock;
  • 6-7 potato tubers;
  • one carrot;
  • onion head;
  • 200 grams of sour cream;
  • 300 milliliters of water;
  • 4 teaspoons of vegetable oil;
  • one teaspoon of salt;
  • ground black pepper to taste;
  • seasoning for fish - to taste.

Great baked pollock. Step by step recipe

  1. Frozen pollock does not defrost much (it will be easier to cut it). We clean our fish, remove the bones and cut into large cubes.
  2. Peel the potatoes, wash them, cut them into cubes (like fish).
  3. Peel the carrots, wash, cut into thin rings.
  4. Onions are peeled, washed and chopped finely.
  5. All products are based on 4 pots. We lay out the products as follows.
  6. At the bottom of the pots put the potatoes: about half the pot.
  7. We spread a tablespoon of onions on potatoes.
  8. Onion - a pinch of carrot circles.
  9. Lay out the pollock fillet with the last layer, decorate with a circle of carrots.
  10. Pour a teaspoon of vegetable oil into each pot.
  11. Add salt: about 0.3 teaspoon.
  12. Add ground black pepper to the sour cream, my favorite seasonings (I have sun-hopped hops) 0.3 teaspoons. Mix and pour 300 milliliters of water into sour cream.
  13. Pour the contents of the pots with the resulting sour cream sauce (the liquid should not exceed half the pot).
  14. We put the pots in a cold oven (a prerequisite), heat it to 200 degrees, bake for 35-40 minutes.

Baked pollock can be served directly in pots. And this dish can be prepared in any form for baking: only it will be necessary to cover it with foil before putting it in the oven. There are a lot of recipes for cooking pollock dishes: see some of them on our site “Very Delicious”.

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