Cooking FAQs

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We’ve pulled together some of the most common questions we see regarding Morey’s products. Scroll below to find some helpful tips. Still not finding your answer? No problem – contact us HERE

Q. How do I prepare Morey’s Marinated Tilapia?
A. It’s easy to prepare this restaurant-tasting meal in 30 minutes or less. Cooking instructions for the oven, microwave or grill are included on each package and can be found under the cooking tips section on this website.

Q. How do I prepare Morey’s Marinated Salmon?
A. It’s easy to prepare this restaurant-tasting meal. Cooking instructions for the oven, microwave or grill are included on each package and can be found under the cooking tips section on this website.

Q. What should the internal temperature of cooked seafood be when it is done?
A. The recommended internal temperature of cooked seafood should be 145 degrees F. When testing the temperature, place thermometer in thickest portion of the fish.

Q. What should marinated Salmon look like when it is fully cooked?
A. Marinated salmon will flake with a fork and have an opaque appearance when fish is done.

Q. What should marinated Tilapia look like when it is fully cooked?
A. When fully cooked, Tilapia is white and has a firm, flaky texture.

Q. When I cooked my wild salmon the color was very pale, almost white, did I get the wrong fish?
A. Wild salmon can vary drastically in color and after cooking becomes even more pale (at times gray in appearance) and may lose some taste. You have the right fish, but because it is a wild product, its appearance can vary and each species also varies in color. Keta salmon, which is the wild product Morey’s uses, is a paler species.

Q. How do I prepare Morey’s Marinated Mahi Mahi?
A. It’s easy to prepare this restaurant-tasting meal. Cooking instructions for the oven, microwave or grill are included on each package and can be found under the cooking tips section on this website.

Q. What should marinated Mahi Mahi look like when it is fully cooked?
A. When fully cooked, Mahi Mahi is white and has a firm texture.