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11/17/09 10:55 P

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I finally found the whole wheat Panko bread crumbs ... at Whole Foods in my part of the world. I do like breaded fish I have to say -- and parmesan cheese. emoticon

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11/17/09 10:46 P

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I like using panko to bread fish (and chicken breast strips) you can even mix in dried herbs and spices. Sometimes I mix the panko with cornmeal or parmesan cheese too.

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11/17/09 10:32 P

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Hm I have the same thing sitting in my fridge because they were cheaper then the Trout at Whole Foods when I was there on Saturday.

I did a search over at Sparkrecipes for cod and found these... don't know if they would help and I haven't made them yet so can only say hmmmm

Lemon Pepper Cod
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Cod Grilled in Foil
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It has butter which I would switch out with olive oil.

Cod Panko Breaded
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I'd use two egg whites instead of an egg

Personally, this sounded the most interesting to me
Cod with wine and sundried tomatoes
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With our sundried tomatoes, not packed in oil, they need to be rehydrated for a little while before use.

If you are going to foil cook the cod you could add more veggies, such as red and green bell pepper, slices of scallions or shallots (in place of garlic). Replace the vegetable oil with olive.

Hmmm might be needing to make this tomorrow!

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11/17/09 6:04 P

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Hmmm... fish fillets shouldn't take that long to cook. Just sayin' . I would say closer to 12-15 minutes.

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11/17/09 4:49 P

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Put it in a 9x13 pan. Cover with a can of stewed tomatoes, an onion, garlic and any other veggies. Cover with foil and bake at 350. I cannot remember how long. 25 -45 min. That is the best I can do.

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11/17/09 1:31 P

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I like frying fish, but I find it easier to BAKE or BROIL it.
Sometims I put a little breading on it, sometimes I don't...

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11/17/09 12:22 P

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I'm asking for simple here. For example, I'm the type to take my flounder fillet and throw it into a pan sprayed down with no-calorie extra virgin olive oil Pam and dusting it with sea salt and black pepper on both sides. That's it.

Cod, I know for sure is tougher to cook because of the toughness and the smell (eeek) and my fillets are kinda thick. I bought a bag of frozen wild caught cod from Costco the other day. I love how two cod fillets is about 30g of protein over my flounder which is about 17g per two.

Thanks in advance.

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