Wednesday, November 4, 2009

How To Cook Cod - An Excellent Fish

By James Swelling

Dishes made from cod fish are scrumptious, nutritious, and plain to prepare for dinner. A huge advantage is you can create a large variety, like microwave it or roast. You can garnish with vegetables or just present it alone. You will be excited to know you can add what you want to make a meal that is inimitable and luscious. With cod fish recipes nothing can go haywire.

Before deciding on which dish to prepare, think of what you require. Cooking for diet control? No frying as it is not good. For a tasty dish, conjure up a veggie / pulp assortments formula. A simple option is an all bones recipe without adding any topping or other component.

Think about the time you have to make the food. While in a sprint, you may not have the leisure to saturate or cover the fish in. Identify the time you have for preparing these recipes before settling on the one for your meal. Decide if you want fresh or frozen cod fish.

Here is one option out of many that you can cook for anyone. In spite of being effortless to cook and economical, the flavor would match a dish that a good restaurant presents. It is easy and comprises of cheese, tomatoes and just bones.

The Requirements for this recipe are: 1 1/2 pounds of frozen cod bone, 1 teaspoon of butter, salt and pepper, four sliced tomatoes, Swiss cheese (as desirable), and 1/2 cup of half and half.

Peel the skin and bones. Use a napkin to dry the fish. In a preheated oven at 375 degrees thaw the butter; arrange tomato slices on the fish, shower as much cheese as needed, pour the cream on the fish, and add the butter to the baking pan. Your fish is ready to get cooked and would take 25 minutes to cook or wait for it to crumble.

It is up to you to alternate any of these items. If you do not want Swiss cheese, add cheddar cheese instead. If you find the tomatoes objectionable, make use of green peppers.

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