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YUM! My husband and I really enjoyed this. Especially with the Roma tomatoes we grew. I look forward to making this again. Served with wild rice and a delicious Acorn squash.
I'm currently on a dr. mandated low card/low sugar diet, and so have been trying out a lot of fish lately. I have never cooked cod before, and this recipe was very easy to follow. I thought the added flavor of tomato/parmesan was perfect - it actually kind of looked like pizza slices to me. My fillet was on the thinner side and crispy on the edges - so tasty. My husband's fillet was a bit thicker and definitely tasted more fishy, which is why i really appreciated the parmesan/tomato combo (i've never had red lobster's version before so i can't compare). This recipe is definitely a keeper; we're still not sure how we feel about having cod, but i will try this on other types of fish (out of pure curiousity). oh, and super quick to make!!
It was very good! (And, I'm not a very good cook! LOL!) I definitely will make this again.
Love this recipe served it with Couscous and Fresh Broccoli - I made a few adjustments because I didn't have any fresh tomatoes so I used a can of petite diced tomatoes with garlic and olive oil. Then I used the left over canned tomatoes and mixed it with fresh basil and added it to my Couscous. The entire meal was quick, yummy and there were no leftovers.
Healthy and very simple prep. Slice the tomatoes as thin as you can, so they get good and roasted. Thanks.
This fish was super good and easy. My husband hates tomatoes so I omitted them and added a few capers instead. Delicious! Would even make this dish for company.
this recipe was alright. I thought it needed something. A little more spice to make it tastier. Was very light. I give it a 7 out of 10 for light and healthy.
We make this all the time. Quick & easy & very good. I do not use butter - I spray the pan w/Pam. So good!
Very tasty as is. Thanks for posting!