French Creole Cod

"Here's a quick and simple fish dish that is very good. I found this recipe on Adjust the heat level by adjust the amount of Creole seasoning."
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  • Preheat oven to 400°F Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and brush very lightly with olive oil.
  • Mix the olive oil, mustard, salt and Creole seasoning together.
  • Brush the spice mixture evenly over the fish and place on the prepared sheet.
  • Bake for 15 to 17 minutes or until the fish flakes easily with a fork.
  • To serve:.
  • Drizzle with the lemon juice and sprinkle parsley over the fish. Serve immediately.

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  1. Bergy
    Easy? Yes. Delicious? A double yes. I love finding a recipe like this that doesn't tie me in the kitchen for hours to turn out a tasty meal. It is attractive to look at and is a taste treat Thanks - No wonder you are a Happy Hippie!
  2. Jenni B
    Loved this! I accidentally mixed the lemon juice in with the mustard, but it still worked out great! Will definitely make this one again!
  3. levy4nj
    This recipe is so easy and very tasty. The cod stays together nicely from baking and is easy to plate. Great recipe!
  4. Derf2440
    Wonderful flavoured cod. Very quick and easy to put together. I used recipe #22089 to season it with the dijon mustard and lemon juice. Delicious meal!! Thanks for posting I will be make this one often!


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