Alaska pollock surimi paste was prepared (0-3% salt and 76-84% moisture). The density, specific heat, and thermal conductivity have been measured and modelled in the temperature range 20-90°C. The density of AP surimi paste were represented by a multiple linear regression with respect to temperature, moisture and salt content with suitable R2 value (0.92). The temperature and moisture and salt content dependence of a specific heat and thermal conductivity of surimi paste was well fitted with a multiple linear regression model with R2 value of 0.97 and .087 respectively. The heat penetration curves measured during heating (25 to 90 °C) were compared with the transient temperature profile obtained from simulation models coupled with empirical thermal properties having suitable RMSE (0.43 to 1.22 ° C). This study demonstrated that an accurate prediction of the heat transfer of the surimi paste needs tobe coupled with the nonlinear thermal property functions. Keywords: Alaska Pollock, surimi, thermal property, numerical simulation.