Very tasty as is. Thanks for posting!
These were perfect for my family! I didn't mix the spices ahead, just sprinkled them on and added the Italian bread crumbs suggested by another reviewer. Hubby and I had as written with Italian bread crumbs. daughter no cayanne or tomatoes, son, no cayanne, tomatoes or cheese. (Breadcrumbs for all) It was easy to fix 3 separate styles in one pan. This will be a regular at our house from now on.
This was amazing! I added freshly minced garlic to the butter before I read the recipe, but that turned out to be a good thing. Didn't have any tomatoes and used grated romano cheese instead of parmesan, yet it was still amazing. I added the cayenne pepper after it cooked so it wouldn't be too spicy for my four-year-old son, and he loved it, too. Great recipe!
This is a nice light dish and great if you are on WW. But I personally prefer my cod with crumbs on top or fried in batter. That's just me.
Made this triploid and it was wonderful. Used Old Bay seasoning. Put on indirect heat on the BBQ.
I was so hopefully for this recipe, with all the great reviews. it was dull and not very good. I would not make it again. it had no depth for of flavor. boring.
Wonderful and nothing could be easier!!! Seved with leftover coleslaw from the other night -- less than 30 minutes and dinner is on the table. I used catfish and next time will try cod. Thanks for sharing!
Very easy and flavorful recipe, it wasn't as delicious as it should have been for me because I had cod that had been in the freezer awhile and canned grated cheese. That's not the recipe's fault though, can tell it would be awesome with all fresh ingredients and want to try it soon.
I havent cooked cod in ages, but decided to try it tonight. this recipe sounded pretty go so we gave it a whirl. My husband likes fish but doesnt love it, but he said it was good and was a recipe to make again, so thats good!