13 Reviews

I made this dish with pollock fillet and it came out perfectly. Hot, but not too hot. I prefer my fish not to be breaded so I was pleased to find a delicious and easy baked fish recipe. I didn't brown the fish because I find pollock to be pretty solid so there is no need to do it to keep it from falling apart.

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Tea Girl September 23, 2012

Flavour was good, but not sure if I would make it again. Three onions would have been excessive in my estimation, so I used one large onion which seemed sufficient. As a whole, it just didn't jump out at me as being as awesome as some others felt. Different tastes I guess!

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rmarvlynn September 07, 2011

This dish made my week! Delicious! What a great fish recipe - such a nice change from baked lemon cod or anything that's breaded. The seasoning was perfect. It was easy to make and was out of this world delicious!

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IAteMyGluestick December 30, 2009

This was a easy tasty dish. I made it with trout though, as i had no cod. I will definitely be using this recipe again, maybe with cod next time.

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markjanebg July 22, 2009

very nice recipe. Easy to cook. Thanks

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Kiwi-chef February 04, 2009

Wow! Easy, fun, delicious. I added some chopped, fresh spinach to the sauce during its 15 minutes of simmering, just because I had it and it needed to be eaten. But the recipe needed no additions -- except a little salt. Thanks!

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Lily Nera January 26, 2008

Great flavour ... wonderful aroma .... easy to prepare ... not too much heat! Since my "fresh-from-the-garden" tomatoes were rather large & juicy, I had too much "sauce" but thats OK - I'll eat it for breakfast this morning. I suggest keeping a lid close by at step 3 as the mustard seeds were jumping everywhere (LOL)!!! I substituted some green curry paste (a concentrated mixture of green chilies & Thai spices according to the label) for the fresh green chilies as I had none. Thanx Fay for a delicious entree!

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CountryLady September 27, 2007

This was really good and we didn't change anything other than increasing the garlic and ginger a bit. Thanks for sharing!

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cyaos July 14, 2007

This is a fairly simple recipe that was quick to prepare. The flavors were wonderful. I didn't have green chilies so I added a small pinch of red pepper. I also didn't brown the cod but the presentation was very eye appealing. We loved the dish! Thank you for sharing this recipe

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bcraig2 April 23, 2007

This was really good! Although i skipped the mustard seeds as I didn't have any at home, the recipe came out perfect! It was a bit sweet and sour with a nice fragrant to it. Thanks for posting!

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Happy_Housewife January 22, 2006
Baked King Fish/ Cod in Tomato sauce