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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.
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.
It was good but lacking in taste. Next time I'll try adding some garlic and onions for added flavor. And maybe melt a slice of mozzarella cheese on top of it and then dip it in that wonderful butter. OOOOOOHH, so fattening but sooooooo yummy.