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I had two pounds of cod. I used the cup butter but used 1/2 teaspoon of salt, pepper and old bay. I had to cook mine for 40 minutes as my cod was thick. My family really enjoyed this. They asked me why I didn't cook more. It did have too much butter and I would cut that by half next time but this had a great taste to it.
I will make this again but I will use half og the butter - very good - even my picky fish eaters loved it.
Wife loved it (so did I)! That says it all. I got 10 points for making it!
I love the simplicity of this. It came out beautifully flaky and moist. I didn't measure anything and I only cooked 1/2 pound of cod, but yum!
i saw this after i had put lemon juice and olive oil with fresh thyme,thin asparagus, baby tomatoes and salt. I had 2 large pieces of cod. Took out of the oven and added about a third of cup of melted butter. Cheap and easy meal, will try with just butter and spices next time. I used the juices to mash with potatoes as well as pour over fish.
Turned out great! I used one stick of butter for two pounds of cod.
This is awesome! Thanks for sharing!
I love lobster, but can't afford it often. Tried this recipe for the first time tonight. It is super easy and super yummy! I will definitely be making this again and again. Just because I love garlic with everything, I substituted garlic salt. For me, it ramped up the yum factor.
Delicious and SUPER easy! I actually halved the butter and it was just as good. YUM!
I was very skeptical but this turned out to be a hit! And true to it's name, it tasted alot like lobster! Excellant paired with red taters and corn.