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DIABETIC AND LOW-SODIUM MENUS: Make this with no salt and lower sugar by marinading while your oven pre-heats in the juice of half a fresh lemon, a dash of dill weed and just a teaspoon (or less) of olive oil, and skip the tomato/caper tapenade. A great recipe as is, though -- great for a family -- especially on a recession budget!

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Downsized! May 26, 2011

Really like this simple, supremely easy recipe for cod. Like another reviewer, I sprinkled with coarse sea salt and added a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Thanks.

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ratherbeswimmin' March 25, 2010

Great, healthy, easy recipe! Will make this again. Also will be adding it to my cleansing folder as it is ok to have on the diet.

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plant-gal January 19, 2010

This couldn't be any easier. Thank you for a delightful meal. You can always change this up by just using different seasonings.

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JenzyGirl January 16, 2009

Easy but a little bland. So I added the tomato/caper/olive tapenade you suggested -- good recommendation.

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fluffernutter April 28, 2008

This is such an quick and easy preparation for cod. I added a sprinkle of coarse salt and a squeeze of lemon when serving with Parslied Potatoes and steamed green beans for a simple, light dinner. I had roasted salmon before, but hadn't considered roasting my thick cod fillets. This is a keeper at our house.

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Ms B. October 21, 2007

Simple and delicious cooking method. You can't go wrong with this recipe. Thanks for posting.

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JoJoStar October 11, 2006
Roasted Cod