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Light Baked Fish

  • Salmon fillet 1 fillet
  • Butter flavored cooking oil spray 1 spray
  • Potato, raw 2 small
  • Mrs. Dash 1 tbsp
  • Mayonnaise, nonfat 1 cup
  • Ketchup 1/4 cup
  • Soy sauce 2 tbsp

Spray butter flavored cooking oil spray over fish and place skin side down in a long flat pan. Thin slice potatoes and put on top of fish. Sprinkle with Mrs. Dash. Blend together fat free mayonnaise, ketchup, and soy sauce. Pour over potatoes and fish. Bake for 45 minutes at 400 degrees. Makes six servings.

Nutrient Information per Serving

Calories/Serving: 180.36, PCF Ratio: 32-34-34

Baked King Salmon

  • Salmon, pink, raw 1 fillet
  • Dill weed, dried 1/2 tsp
  • Lemon pepper seasoning 1/4 tsp

Place fillet on baking pan. Sprinkle with spices. Bake at 350 degrees until fillet has a white film on top.

Nutrient Information per Serving

Calories/Serving: 370.15, PCF Ratio: 72-0-28.

Baked Moose Bones

  • Moose bones 2 lbs
  • Potato, raw 3 small
  • Celery, raw 3/4 cups
  • Carrot, raw 1 cup
  • Onion, raw 1 medium

In a roaster put bones. Add 3 pealed potatoes that are cut up, cut up 4 celery, cut up 4 pealed carrots and 1 diced onion. Add water and bake. Moose bones bake for 2 hours at 400 degrees, Caribou bones bake at 375 degrees for 1 or 2 hours.

Moose has been an important part of the Yupik diet and culture for generations. Most parts of the moose are eaten providing us with a rich source of nutrients needed for health.

Makes four servings.

Nutrient Information per Serving

Calories/Serving: 6893.69, PCF Ratio: 0-1-99.

Moose bone marrow is a good source of Iron and Fat.

Baked Moose Meat

  • Moose, raw 3 lbs
  • Water, municipal 3 cups
  • Onion, raw 1 medium
  • Salt, table 1 tbsp
  • Pepper, black, ground 2 tsp
  • White flour, all-purpose 1/2 cup
  • Water 2 cups
  • Salt, table 1 tsp
  • Pepper, black, ground 1 tsp

Place meat in baking dish, cover with water, chopped onion sprinkle salt and pepper over. Bake in oven until meat is tender.

To make gravy take meat drippings, mix flour to thicken, season with salt and pepper.

Moose meat is an excellent source of protein. We need protein to build and repair our muscles, skin and blood. Protein also helps fight sickness.

Makes eight servings

Nutrient Information per Serving

Calories/Serving: 207.26, PCF Ratio: 79-15-6.

Baked Ptarmigan

  • Ptarmigan 3 lbs
  • Water 1/2 cup
  • Vegetable corn oil 2 tbsp
  • Potato, raw 2 small
  • Onion, raw 1 slice
  • Carrot, raw 1/2 cup

Place cleaned ptarmingan in a deep baking dish with cover. Add a little bit oil and water. Put in cut fresh vegetables like potatoes, onions, carrots or your favorite vegetables around on the sides of the dish.

Season to taste. Bake until tender.

Unlike duck and geese, ptarmigan live year round in the North. Ptarmigan meat is an excellent source of protein and is low in fat. These wild birds contain more iron than store bought chicken and are an excellent source of B vitamins.

Makes eight servings

Nutrient Information per Serving

Calories/Serving: 269.90, PCF Ratio: 66-8-26