Icelandic culinary heritage
In Iceland we enjoy a culinary heritage founded on innovation, pure Icelandic seafood products, and traditions passed down for generations. We live on a remote island surrounded by generous fishing grounds. Our access to plentiful fresh fish is unique. The seas around Iceland are among the most plentiful in the North Atlantic, providing a tremendous seafood source. For Icelanders, quality fish is a given.
Check out some delicious Icelandic fish recipes here below, as well as introductory videos on Iceland's culinary culture.
Wild Icelandic Salted Cod
Iceland meets the Mediterranean! The flavors of two very different places fit surprisingly well together.
Lemon Honey Arctic Char
This is a whole other take on sweet & sour. The fish is also sweet, which should be helpful information if you’re preparing it for your kids.
Creamy Icelandic Salmon
Salmon is an excellent source of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids and therefore super good for your skin, brain, heart, and life in general.
Tomato-based fish soup with Icelandic cod
Ever tried tomato soup with Icelandic cod? It’s one of those meals that fits either a warm spring day or a crisp winter evening.
Baked Wild Cod with Cherry Tomatoes
This dish is quick, easy and rewarding. It’s basically the trifecta of food: hardly any prep time, short cooking time and numerous health benefits in every mouthful.
Food destination Iceland
Iceland is blessed with abundance of fresh water, clean nature and fertile fishing grounds. Our culinary heritage is founded on innovation, pure products and traditions.