It might be written on the package as “pollack” or “pollock.”
Posted Sunday, March 14th, 2010 at 3:57 pm
Tagged: bugeochae, bugeoguk ingredient, bugeopo, dried fish, dried pollack, dried pollock, dried shredded pollock, 북어채, 황태채, korean ingredients, Korean soup ingredient, Korean soup recipes, shredded dried pollack
Hi Maangchi, I am wondering whether I can eat the dried shredded pollock as snacks? cause I have watched a lot korean dramas in which some people ate some kind of dried fish when they drink. I am not sure whether the dried fish they ate is dried pollocks or not. However,I would like to know whether the dried shredded pollock can just eat like that without cooking it.And aslo I have seen the soul market at my place selling whole piece dried pollocks. How should I shred it by myself?
yes, you can eat it as snacks. Dip it in hot pepper paste, yummy!
Thanks a lot! Maangchi! that is definitely a good news to me..yummy!
Can you tell me how long this stays fresh once the bag is opened? I made the soup awhile ago and I am wondering if the rest of the fish is still OK to eat.
Dried pollock should be kept in the freezer.
Oh no, now I have to throw out half a bag :(
At least I bought the smallest package. Oh well, I know for next time. Thank you.
At Ranch 99 they have a fish that looks just like this, but it’s labeled “Stock Fish”. Will this substitute for Pollack? Thanks!!
I looked up the word “stockfish” in the dictionary on the internet for you.
Stock fish: any fish cured by being split and hung in the open air to dry without salt, as cod, haddock, etc
If you want to make dried pollock soup with my recipe, you can try it out but I can’t guarantee the result.
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