I live on Cape Cod so we have a lot of cod here. LOL Cod is a fairly delicate fish and will turn to dust (dry & tasteless) if overcooked. I usually bake it with a little crumb topping of nut flour/meal (almond, pecan or pistachio), grated parmesan, dash of lemon pepper & paprika and drizzle melted butter over the top and bake at 375. Time depends on thickness. Yummy served on a bed of baby spinach.
I also use cod in fish chowder. Don't boil the fish though or it will fall apart into a zillion pieces.
I have cooked Cod lately and had it Sunday Night, but just sauted the Cod in my cast iron skillet with a little butter and olive oil and seasoned it with salt and pepper and my son liked eating. Have you looked at fish stews because it is a sturdy fish it would work in some fish stews.
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Ha! I haven't been to the market yet today, but I saw cod (i.e., cod that qualifies for purchase on my sustainable fish guide) was on sale and thought I'd get some -- I could also use a good recipe idea!
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