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The seafood bounty of Alaska is unrivaled. With five species of salmon, several varieties of whitefish, and numerous types of crab and shellfish, Alaska offers mouthwatering seafood options for every taste and preference.

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Thousands of Alaska fishermen and processors participate in Alaska’s commercial seafood industry, going above and beyond to bring you the world’s best seafood.
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This battered & breaded Alaska pollock sandwich with crisp cabbage and a zesty combo of Tonkatsu Sauce & Kewpie Lime Mayo by @jordan__rubin / @mr.tuna_maine is as good as it sounds.😋

Follow along with the video above and read the recipe below and at the (🔗 below).

Ingredients: 
❇️ Tonkatsu Sauce
4 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 ½ tablespoon soy sauce
2 ½ tablespoon Worcestershire

❇️Kewpie Lime Mayo
2 cups Kewpie Mayo
¼ cup sweet condensed milk
1 lime (juice & zest)

1 loaf white bread
8 pieces of 2-4oz frozen battered & breaded Alaska pollock portions
Canola oil, as needed
½ head of cabbage
Salt to taste

✅Step 1
Make Tonkatsu Sauce
Mix all ingredients together and set aside.

✅Step 2
Make Kewpie Lime Mayo
Mix all ingredients together and set aside.

✅Step 3
Prepare Bread
Cut into 8 1-inch-thick slices.

✅Step 4
Fry Alaska Pollock
Deep fry pollock pieces at 350 degrees for 3 minutes or until internal temperature of 165 degrees, then season with salt.

✅Step 5

Assemble Sandwich
Spread 1 ½ tablespoon of Kewpie Lime Mayo onto both sides of bread and then top with fried cod, ½ cup of cabbage, 2 tablespoon Tonkatsu Sauce, cut in half and serve.
It's Valentine's Day, find your match! Which Alaska seafood species are you most compatible with based on your zodiac sign? 💌💘