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Emphasizing Healthy Eating: Hake

Emphasizing Healthy Eating with Hake

Indulge in the delectable goodness of hake, an abundant white-meat groundfish that shares its flavor profile with cod, haddock, and pollock, boasting a subtly sweet taste.


Are you looking to eat better in 2024? 


Make a health-conscious choice by incorporating local-source seafood like hake into your diet. This lean source of protein, comprising 17.5%, is a nutritious option, providing a guilt-free delight. When baked with just a touch of salt, pepper, or our Chatham Harvesters Spice Rub and lemon, a 4-ounce serving of hake remains under 100 calories, ensuring a wholesome and satisfying meal. Prioritize your well-being with the delicious and nutritious benefits of hake.




Chatham Harvesters takes pride in our process of flash-frozen hake at the pinnacle of freshness only hours after it's landed. This commitment ensures that you receive a delectable and locally sourced alternative to imported white fish. Enjoy our Hake's exceptional quality and flavor, brought to you with care and freshness in mind.


Recipe 


Baked Hake with Chatham Harvesters Seafood Rub served over Quinoa with Steamed Asparagus. 


Serves 2- 3


Ingredients 

  • 1 pound Hake Fillets 

  • 1 ounce Chatham Harvesters Seafood Rub

  • Juice of half a lemon, remaining lemon sliced for serving

  • 1 cup of Quinoa cooked according to packaged directions 

  • Steamed asparagus spears. 


Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 


  • Prepare quinoa and cook according to packaged directions. 

  • Steam asparagus in water for 5 minutes. 

  • Place parchment paper on a baking sheet. 

  • Rub fillets with spice rub and place on the baking sheet. 

  • Bake in the oven for approximately 20 minutes or until the fish's internal temperature is 145 degrees. 

  • Remove from oven and build a platter with a bed of quinoa followed by asparagus, and finally, top with the baked hake.

  • Squeeze half a lemon over all and garnish with remaining lemon slices. 


This is a healthy, low-calorie dish. Enjoy!



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