Before cooking, place fish in a sealed vacuum pouch under cold running water for about 30 minutes, or place in the refrigerator overnight, until completely thawed.
If not using immediately, remove fillets or steaks from the pouch and place in a separate container, cover and refrigerate for 8–10 hours.
Brush both sides with butter or olive oil and season as desired.
BAKE: Pre-heat oven to 400 °F and bake 10–15 minutes.
BROIL: Pre-heat broiler and broil each side at 500 °F 5–6 minutes.
GRILL: Over medium-hot coals: grill 6–10 minutes until done.
MICROWAVE: Over medium-hot coals: grill 6–10 minutes until done.
PAN-FRY: Use desired breading. Pan-fry each side 4–5 minutes.
Frozen Fish: Brush fish with olive oil and season both sides with salt, pepper & desired seasonings. Air Fry at 400F for 10–12 minutes, or until the fish flakes easily.
Thawed Fish: Set AF at 400 °F, cook fish for 7–10 minutes with no breading and 10–15 minutes for breaded fish.
As a rule, fish fillets that are about ½ inch thick will take around 6–8 minutes to cook in the air fryer at 400 °F.
Every air fryer cooks at varying speeds. Total cook time will also vary based on the size of the fillets being used.
- Seafood is done when it is opaque & starts to flake easily with a fork.
- Cooking times for ovens and microwaves may vary. Total cook time will also vary based on the size of the fillets being used.
- Cook to an internal temperature of 145 °F.
- Keep seafood frozen until ready to cook, you can follow one of our signature recipes.
- Although seafood has been filleted or steaked, it may contain small bones.
- Once thawed, do not refreeze.