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    Any good recipe suggestions for a couple lbs of some cod?

    Thanks

  • #2
    rub coconut oil all over it, toss it in oven until delicious & flakey, squeeze lemon or lime juice over it, maybe a twist of fresh ground pepper. Serve with abundant veggies.
    Sometimes simple is best
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
      rub coconut oil all over it, toss it in oven until delicious & flakey, squeeze lemon or lime juice over it, maybe a twist of fresh ground pepper. Serve with abundant veggies.
      Sometimes simple is best
      Thanks for the idea! Now I know what to do with some cod I bought long ago!
      Georgette

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      • #4
        Drowning it in butter always works XD
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        • #5
          Dust it with Prudhomme's Blackened Fish Magic and fry in lots and lots of butter.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Len View Post
            Dust it with Prudhomme's Blackened Fish Magic and fry in lots and lots of butter.
            What about butter and Old Bay seasoning?
            Georgette

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            • #7
              Make that buttery sauce for catfish that Mark posted recently.

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              • #8
                Primal fish sticks?
                I kid, I kid. Just not a fan of cod. It reminds me of the fishsticks I had growing up.
                My go to for white fish is to slather it with a sauce (ginger, garlic, lime juice, lime zest, dill, black pepper, salt, coconut oil, and butter) and bake/ broil it until JUST underdone. It'll finish cooking on the plate. Serve with veggies cooked in the same sauce.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by naiadknight View Post
                  Just not a fan of cod. It reminds me of the fishsticks I had growing up..
                  I wish you could have known my grandpa while growing up. Eating seafood at his & grandma's house was akin to eating filet mignon. They cooked some seriously delicious fishy!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by geostump View Post
                    What about butter and Old Bay seasoning?
                    Another fine choice. I've been addicted to a few of the Prudhomme seasonings lately, but I used to live in Maryland and love me some Old Bay!

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                    • #11
                      fritters---finest kind of thing
                      El Boricua, a bilingual , cultural publication for Puerto Ricans <use coco flour instead of white flour>

                      like a New England dinner but with cod
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                      plátano.....................................planta in
                      guineitos verdes........................green bananas----not plantains, real regular bananas that have no hint of yellow
                      chayote....................................chayote
                      malanga...................................malanga (sorry) looks like taro or hairy yam----sometimes used as flour substitute
                      batata.....................................sweet potato
                      papas......................................potato, <preferred= red>
                      yucca, .....................................yucca
                      ñame......................................yam
                      apio........................................celery

                      cod salad

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                      • #12
                        If I had a couple lbs of cod, I'd be making some kind of coconut-based curry or stew.
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                        • #13
                          Cut the fish into portion-sized pieces. Fill a pot with enough water to cover the fish, add salt and vinegar and bring the water to a boil. Take the pot off the heat and put the fish in the water. Leave in water for 7-10 minutes. The fish is done when it comes apart easily (with a fork/knife). If it falls apart when you take it out, it's overcooked. Take fish out of water and let it drain/rest for a couple of minutes. Serve with steamed vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli and carrots is my favorite combination), butter and sour cream. Add salt and pepper to taste. Enjoy.

                          This also works well for salmon (cook only 5-7 minutes if you want it raw on the inside).
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by norak View Post
                            Cut the fish into portion-sized pieces. Fill a pot with enough water to cover the fish, add salt and vinegar and bring the water to a boil. Take the pot off the heat and put the fish in the water. Leave in water for 7-10 minutes. The fish is done when it comes apart easily (with a fork/knife). If it falls apart when you take it out, it's overcooked. Take fish out of water and let it drain/rest for a couple of minutes. Serve with steamed vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli and carrots is my favorite combination), butter and sour cream. Add salt and pepper to taste. Enjoy.

                            This also works well for salmon (cook only 5-7 minutes if you want it raw on the inside).
                            All of the above and I also use to add leek butter. Chop up leek in abundance and drop them into a pot of melted butter. Let it simmer for a bit until the leek is blanched. Add to cod. Eat.

                            Also, I love to fry up some bacon and use the fat and bacon bits as an added salty flavour the fish.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Sungrazer View Post
                              Also, I love to fry up some bacon and use the fat and bacon bits as an added salty flavour the fish.
                              Aye. Cod wrapped in bacon is awesome. It's a tasty combination of lean protein and fat.

                              Also, melted butter with chopped up pieces of hard-boiled eggs makes for a great sauce.
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