What a simple, yet delicious way of preparing cod! I could see using this with other types of fish as well. I used a small onion, halved and sliced into thin strips and plenty of fresh chives from my garden. I let my fish set in the fridge for probably 30 mins after squeezing the lemon juice over it. After sweating the onions, I added half my chives and a splash of wine, placed the seasoned cod on top and scattered the remaining chives over all and covered the skillet. My fish was done in 10 minutes. I removed the fish to a platter and reduced the sauce a bit over high heat before pouring it and the onions over my fish. This is a truly wonderful way to prepare fish. My partner and I had this with Roasted Acorn Squash With Spinach and Gruyere. Thank you for sharing this!
After 5 minutes of cooking on simmer the fish was raw on the top. Turnrd the fish over and cooked for 5 more minutes and the fish was sort of done but tough. Sauce had good flavor which saved the day. There are better recipes for cod.
We loved it. My son loved it ( and he usually will only eat battered fish).I used a white onion and a little more wine than it called for..Delicious. Amy:-)
This was so quick and easy. :) I made this for me and my husband last night, and about all I changed is that I messed up and didn't double anything but the lemon and the fish. hehe. It was even good that way, so I can imagine how tasty it must be with all of the ingredients... :P I did use green onions instead of regular onions just to save myself some chopping time. (I was in a little bit of a hurry) It came out just fine that way too. This is something I'll definitely make again. Thanks for posting it!
I was on my own tonight and made this just for me, it was wonderful!! Loved the onion and chive combination, chives fresh from the garden; the touch of lemon and white wine was lovely. Nice flavourful cod. I will be making this one again, thanks for sharing.