In the mean time, prepare the marinade by adding all the ingredients listed above. It is hard to measure the exact amount needed since the sizes of the fishes are all different. The amount I have here is a rough estimate and you should always use less to start and then add more after you taste it.
When the dried pollock has become soft and fully hydrated, take it out of the water and squeeze lightly to get rid of any excess water. Cut the pollock into 2 inch wide pieces. Spoon the sauce over each piece. I would spread about 1.5 to 2 tsp of the marinade for each piece measuring approx. 2 x 2 in. You can stack them as you go. The best way is to cook a piece and taste it first and then adjust the amount.
Cooking time is for 1 batch that can fit the pan. If you're cooking the entire amount, you may need to do it in multiple batches.