Cod Fillets - For a milder, yet meatier alternative to haddock, our fresh, wild caught cod portions from the clear, icy waters of the North Atlantic provide a hearty center of the plate New England culinary delight. Much like haddock, cod is a mild, flakey groundfish offering a variety of cooking applications and health benefits including essential vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids.
Two 8 oz. portions
Cod fish is a popular and widely consumed fish with very few bones. It can be cooked in numerous ways with ease. Other than this, there are many health benefits when it is introduced in the diet. Cod fish are low in saturated fats, high in Omega 3 oil and an excellent source of vitamins and minerals. And can be cooked in many ways.
Different ways to cook cod fillets:
Pan-fried: Soak the Cod fillets in the milk. Combine the cornmeal, salt and pepper in a bowl. Heat the oil in a frying pan on medium-high heat while you Dredge the milk-soaked fillets in the seasoned cornmeal. Fry the fillets & garnish.
Broiled: Preheat your broiler on high and place the fillets on the broiler pan. Coat the Cod fillets with the melted butter and squeeze lemon juice over it. Time to Sprinkle the salt, pepper and paprika for taste. Broil the fish for 5 minutes & serve.
Baked: Preheat oven while you mix the butter and lemon juice in a bowl to create a mixture. In a different bowl mix the flour, salt, and white pepper. Dip the cod fillets into the butter mixture and then coat the fish with the flour mixture. Place the fillets on a baking dish and pour the remaining butter mixture to bake cod fillets to serve.
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