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This simple preparation of cod has been a favorite for generations. Using pieces of fillet equal in thickness is important for ensuring even baking; if you have any pieces that are particularly thick or thin you may want to bake them in a separate pan to ensure that they are not over or under baked.
The easy sandwich relies on a combination of cranberry relish, smoked turkey and grilled red onions, and the addition of the citrus cream cheese makes it a winner. Substitute apple or pear chutney or preserves for the cranberries.
Here's a delicious alternative to fried fish that gets its great crunch from toasted panko bread crumbs.
Baking mild, flaky cod with summer veggies produces wonderfully moist and flavorful results. You can substitute other thick fish fillets for the cod - ask our fishmongers for an alternative.
Cod provides good flavor to the broth and vegetables in this satisfying family-friendly recipe.
A flavorful sauce of tomatoes, tarragon and a touch of orange juice makes a delicate companion to cod. Serve with rice or pasta.
This simplified seafood version of the famed Cocido celebrates Moorish spices and the Spanish fondness for codfish. Complement with crusty bread and a light salad.
This easy Asian-influenced soup is packed with flavor. We suggest using cod, but any firm-fleshed, thick fillet like halibut or pollock will work as well.
Company-worthy, yet easy to prepare, fresh horseradish and grated carrots make a savory topping for sustainably sourced Pacific cod, with roasted potatoes and (edible!) lemons on the side.
Secret Ingredient: Lemongrass
Serve this kid-friendly, healthy take on french fries alongside baked, breaded cod fingers or roasted chicken.
This sweet and savory vinaigrette is perfect with seafood. Toss with cooked shrimp or drizzle over grilled cod or mahi mahi.
Cape Cod natives certainly know their chowder. This recipe, hailing from a Cape Cod family, is one of the best, most delicious we've discovered. Simple and satisfying, it's a wonderful antidote for a cold, autumn evening. Though far from a New England tradition, we like to serve our chowder with buttered cornbread and steamed green vegetables for a welcoming, nutritionally balanced meal.
Combining classic Creole seasonings and a fragrant roux, this streamlined stew delivers the flavors of the famous seafood jambalaya served in New Orleans. Substitute any mild, white fish for the cod, such as monkfish, rockfish or halibut. Add clams or crawfish or even a bit of spicy sausage. Or serve as is with crusty bread and a fruity white wine.
Salted dried fish is a popular ingredient for omelets in Cambodia, and this delicious dish known as trei proma jien poong muern mixes it with ground pork. Be sure to start this recipe several days in advance to allow the salt cod to soften. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.
Secret Ingredient: Lemongrass