8 Reviews

I have been searching for a good recipe for cod and this is it! The topping gives the fish good flavor without being too heavy. I used a combination of equal parts dried basil, parsley, and dill for the herbs. I did not use lemon zest as I was using a bottled lemon juice. Next time I will make sure I get a lemon so I can make it as the recipe states and I'm sure it will be out of this world.

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swein563 June 04, 2013

This is an easy and excellent recipe. I used cod and salmon. I will make it again and would highly recommend it.

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Chef Icetea June 27, 2012

Excellent dish. Very easy to make. Ritz has flavored crackers now which is what I used, also added a little onion powder to the mayo mixture. I will totally be making this again and again.

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Mr.MojoRisin September 27, 2011

This is a great recipe! I changed just a couple small things because of things I did and didn't have in the house. I had no lemons, so I used a little lemon pepper seasoning. I also added a little grated parm to the bread crumbs and some Old Bay to the mayo mixture. We had it over rice, and my husband and I just loved it! Thank you!

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lvt96 March 07, 2010

Easy to make and pretty good, but nothing special. I think panko breading would work better than the ritz. Everything else was good. I used a combination of parsley and basil. I probably won't make this recipe again, but may incorporate pieces of it into another one. Thanks for posting and the ideas.

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Londonsbk August 12, 2009

We really enjoyed this recipe, quick and easy, with a great flavor. Made for everyday tag.

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BakinBaby February 14, 2009

Fast solid recipe. Will save for a busy day but not amazing.

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queen_shineslikethesun September 09, 2008

Your intro says it all ~ this is simple & delicious. DH went deep-sea fishing 5 dys ago, 35 lbs of cod fillets went into our freezer & this is the 1st recipe I picked to use some of it. I used my magic bullet in a wide-mouth glass jar to crush the crackers, had to use all dried herbs & increased the cooking time as my fillets were twice the thickness specified. Even using dried herbs, the herbed mayo mix & crunchy topping are ideal w/the cod & I would not chg anything about this recipe. I served this tasty cod w/garlic-parsley potatoes + cucumber & tomato slices. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis August 15, 2008
Baked Cod With Crunchy Lemon-Herb Topping