Semi-dried pollock

Kodari 코다리

Semi-dried pollock (or half-dried pollock) called kodari is a popular cooking ingredient in Korean cooking. Because it’s semi-dried, the texture of the flesh is a little firmer, chewier, and flakier than fresh pollock. It’s great for braising with radishes, or in soups and stews.

It sold in a Korean grocery store in the frozen section, usually in a package of two but sometimes as pre-cut pieces, at a weight of 1½ pounds.
Semi-dried pollock (kodari)Semi-dried pollock (kodari)

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Recipes that use semi-dried pollock:

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