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What a wonderfully easy recipe to make! I really wondered, reading the ingredients, if this would work. But it was super good! That being said, I don't care for frozen fish, so I used freshly caught amberjack fillets, about an inch and a quarter thick. Amberjack is a great-tasting dense white fish, similar to cod in color but a little tighter in texture. The taste was wonderful in this recipe...the only thing I didn't care for was that the flour coating turned a bit "slimey". Maybe turning the broiler on at the end would help with that. But I loved the wonderful lemon/butter juice that I could scoop out of the baking dish over the fish, and the broiler might dry that juice up. Regardless, I absolutely loved the flavor and my fish was just wonderful. Thanks for sharing! Made for PRMR tag game.
For such a simple recipe, this has great flavor! I really like the preparation method, though I did have to finish the fish in the broiler to get the top to brown. In spite of being yummy, my fish didn?t turn out so pretty, but no fault of the recipe. Like other imported items, sometimes we don?t get the best quality, and so it was with this package of frozen cod, purchased in a rural area of Costa Rica, which was super thin and had suffered some freezer burn. I will definitely make this recipe again, but perhaps with some fresh local fish like Corvina. Thanks for posting, Pam! Gourmet Goddesses ZWT9.
OMG....this was SOOOOOOO GOOD!!! This is the best oven baked cod ever....a DEFINATE KEEPER!!! THANKS for sharing!!!
Simply delicious! I omitted the flour and broiled a bit. Reminds me of poorman's lobster. Made in memory of Pammyowl.
The flour breading was still fairly wet at the end of 25 minutes so I flipped it and sprinkled again with paprika and baked 7 minutes more. It seemed to help. Served with Deviled Carrots and rice pilaf for a nice dinner in memory of pammyowl.
So easy to prepare, yet so big on taste. I really loved this! It's amazing how much additional taste the little bit of paprika added to this dish. But it was the buttery lemon coating that really made this so delicious, and the time was perfect and produced such a moist piece of cod that I really enjoyed. Made for the 2013 pammyowl Cook-A-Thon in Pam's memory.
A nice dish to prepare and was tasty with the lemon flavor. Thanks Pam! Made for ZWT 2013 for team Hot Stuff!
Lovely dish! Made this with gluten free flour, and it turned out great. Easy to make and very tasty. Butter Steamed New Potatoes (Smordampete Nypoteter) was the perfect addition. Thanks for sharing :)<br/>Made for ZWT 9 / Scandinavia for The Apron String Travelers
Made as written for the Goddesses of ZWT-9 & the Seafood Cooking Challenge, this meal is a ?staple? of Icelandic dining & a definite DH-pleaser ? Especially if your DH is a bit of a purist about his ?Icelandic staples?. I followed your suggestion & served it w/a cucumber salad & parslied potatoes w/carrots. We buy cod in 10 kg pks & love finding new ways to enjoy it. This cod was moist, well-flavored, an ingredient-friendly easy-fix & a tasty classic for the cuisine. Thx for sharing the recipe w/us.