Harðfiskur is unsalted fish, a traditional Icelandic food, dried by cold air and wind on wooden racks on the foreshore. Harðfiskur has been a staple in Icelandic diets for centuries. It's made most often of cod, but also haddock and wolffish.
Plokkfiskur is a traditional Icelandic dish made from fish, potatoes, onion and bechamel sauce. The result is thick and creamy comfort food that’s popular with locals and tourists alike. The dish has its origins in the most noble of food principles – using up leftovers.