I've served this dish many ways. Spoon it into bowls over thick pieces of garlic bread (best) or serve it over cooked rice. I've also made a tomato sauce and added this variety of fish to it and served it over linguine or rice.
A nice hearty hot soup, great for lunch on a chilly day. Unlike a lot of fish chowder recipes, it contains no potatoes, so it's a good choice if you're trying to go light on starchy carbohydrates. Use more chili powder if you like. May be served with crackers.
For those who like cheese and wine,so does this fish! Try brandy or white vermouth instead of the wine,for more crunch substitute flaked almonds for the pine nuts.We enjoy this with a nice glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
From Pierre Franey, a very simple presentation of cod that really brings out the best in the fish. Delicious with a rich, spicy vegetable dish. If you want to concentrate the lemon flavor, grate a little lemon peel over the finished cod. You can also add chopped capers to the sauce.
Easy recipe, if you don't like chervil use parsley instead. Note that this one serving, use your own judgement for the salsa if you make more servings.Depending on the sweetness of the tomatoes I sometimes add a bit of sugar to the salsa. You can also use catfish or haddock.
This was my favorite dish growing up! my grandmother would prepare this for me every friday for lunch. it's nice and creamy, and very easy to prepare. Use any type of flat white fish you can find on sale for this dish.
Very tasty and relatively low fat fishcakes via Mark Bittman. These are a tad spicy and are great served on greens or a bun with a mayonaise of your choice, sliced onion and cucumber and a fruit salsa. They can be made in a counter top grill like a George Forman, adjusting cooking time for the fact that both sides are cooked at once.