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This recipe for this classic Jamaican dish is based on one created by Tropical Sun Foods, which exports Jamaican and other specialty products, including canned ackee.

Blackening fish is an easy method of cooking them in a seasoned skillet to produce a dark-brown exterior and a wonderfully moist interior. Although the blackened fish may look slightly burned, if cooked properly it will taste heavenly. While the use of a cast-iron skillet is preferred, a sauté pan also can be used with good results.This recipe was originally published in "Ralph Brennan's New Orleans Seafood Cookbook," and is used with permission.

A delightful twist on the traditional herb-crusted fish, this one is missing the bread crumbs but not the flavor. The potatoes create a crunchy crust with a cheesy herb topping.

A spicy tomato sauce perfectly complements fried salt cod. Salt cod is dried fish, preserved using salt. It’s an acquired taste so if you like a more mellow fish, try substituting with Chilean sea bass. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.

Recipe created by Executive Chef Nathan Gould of Harbor View Hotel on Martha's Vineyard

This traditional Russian soup is the Russian answer to bouillabaisse. The soup consists of a clear broth, fish, and root vegetables. Traditionally, with catfish, bream, or ruffe, but you can substitute whatever looks freshest at the grocery store.

Host a fiesta and serve these grilled fish tacos alongside many margaritas.This recipe is courtesy of Cooking Classy.

Bacalhau, or bacalao, is a traditional Spanish/Portuguese dish consisting of salt cod. This humble dish is transformed into a complete meal with some sautéed Yukon Gold potatoes and spring onions. It may be a bit of a project, but a lot of it is just prep time, so don't be intimidated! Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=641", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/"} );

After trying this gremolata made from toasted almonds, onions, green peppers, and stewed tomatoes, you'll never think of eating a light, white fish another way again.

Best Baked Cod Recipe

We are about halfway through Lent. Even though I shared, a few weeks ago, the Best Recipe Ideas for Lent, I realized that I haven’t posted some of my favorite seafood ideas yet on the blog. Including this Best Baked Cod Recipe!

We raise cattle and love our beef around here, but having a great seafood or fish option also makes my heart go pitter-patter.

One big drawback of living in the Midwest is how far away I am from an ocean and fresh seafood!

One positive, is that many local grocery stores carry some great seafood options at their meat counters, as well as in their frozen food section.

Which is what I went with when I made these!

Just add a few simple pantry items to make the baked on crust and these cod filets are so good, you won’t need to add anything extra.

Hold the tarter sauce y’all!

Stir together Parmesan cheese, melted butter, mayonnaise, lemon juice, Old Bay seasoning, basil, pepper, and a dash of hot sauce.

Pour over the cod filets and bake.

In about 10 to 25 minutes, depending on the size and thickness of the fish, you will have a light and delicious meal that the whole family will love.

This recipe for baked cod

  • bakes the fish with the veggies all in the same dish as the cod for minimal prep/clean up. I’m always in favor of less dishes to wash!
  • is an easy and healthy weeknight dinner that comes together in a flash
  • creates a luscious and tasty sauce right as it bakes – perfect for serving over rice!

This is one of my favorite healthy fish dinners for my family: Absolutely delicious AND on the table in 30 minutes. Win!

Cod recipes

We love this flaky white fish and we've got the recipes to prove it. Cod is such a versatile ingredient, go beyond batter and try one of our easy ideas.

Cod with olives & crispy pancetta

With just a can of chopped tomatoes, a fillet of cod and some final flourishes, you can whip up this simple fish supper in a matter of minutes

Chipotle cod tacos

These tacos are ideal for sharing. Stuff yours with crunchy mustard slaw and chipotle-seasoned cod for a speedy midweek meal for two

Fish & chips with coconut batter and tartare sauce

Cod and chips with a difference – the coconut milk batter is a revelation! For ease we’ve shallow-fried the fish, but it’s still crispy like a takeaway

Roast cod with curried cauliflower purée & onion bhaji

One of Phil Howard's menu highlights, this dish is a mix of spices, flavours and textures. Try this delicate cod with crispy bhajis and creamy cauliflower

Beer-battered fish tacos

Pile chunks of battered cod, herby tartare and pink pickled onions into tortilla wraps to make these moreish tacos. They serve four, but won't last long!

Herb & garlic baked cod with romesco sauce & spinach

White fish is such a good source of lean protein and this herby baked cod with fresh greens makes a tasty, low-calorie, healthy supper option

Cod with an orange & dill crumb and hasselback potato

This is a dish that's big on flavour as well as texture with a crunchy topping to succulent white fish and crisp potato to go with it, a healthy dinner for one

Crispy cod & kiev butter

Enjoy crispy cod and kiev butter with our best ever oven chips and minted peas. All the prep can be done ahead, making it an ideal meal for relaxed Sundays

Domino potato, cod, prawn & chorizo pie

Fish pie is a universal comfort food, we've given it a Spanish twist and a domino effect potato topping. The saffron and chorizo add a real depth of flavour

Cod & anchovy bake

Get your weekly portion of white fish with this healthy all-in-one recipe made with anchovies, tomatoes, spinach and red pepper. It delivers four of your five-a-day

Baked cod

Tuck into baked cod with lemon and thyme for an easy midweek meal. Serve with your favourite veggies for a healthy, fuss-free family dinner

Curried cod

An easy-to-prepare midweek one-pot with cod fillet, chickpeas, ginger and spices - it's healthy, low calorie and packed with iron too.

Pesto-crusted cod with Puy lentils

A light and healthy fish supper with homemade basil pesto, fresh tomatoes and a hint of chilli - ready in under half an hour

Smoked paprika paella with cod & peas

Cod is a great source of stress-busting B vitamins and magnesium, so why not enjoy this easy peasy paella that's also packed with three of your five-a-day, iron, folate and fibre

Cod recipes

With its flaky white flesh and subtle flavour, cod still holds the crown as the nation’s favourite fish. Once the subject of controversy regarding overfishing, there have been greater efforts in recent years to promote sustainable fishing methods - look out for MSC approved stocks when you are buying your fish.

One of cod’s best loved incarnations is as part of a fish supper, and whether battered or breaded, baked or fried this is undoubtedly a British classic. Tony Fleming’s Beer battered fish recipe is given a luxurious twist with triple-cooked chips and luxurious marrowfat mushy peas, or try Vineet Bhatia’s innovative spin on tradition with his Indian spiced battered cod recipe, served with a green pea chutney.

Andy Waters’ simple Baked cod recipe makes a quick and easy mid-week meal, or for a delicious, fresh tasting seasonal supper Mark Jordan’s Cod fillet recipe comes with Jersey Royals and a buttery chive sauce.

Cod can be a great fishy addition to picnic dishes, too, and there are plenty of portable treats to be found in this collection. Richard Corrigan puts a pescatarian spin on the traditional Scotch egg with his Smoked cod recipe, while Marcello Tully’s Brazilian street food recipe incorporates salt cod with crispy Acarajé.

Prepare all the vegetables and fish. Place everything in one layer on a baking sheet. Season with garlic parsley seasoning salt, and place chunks of butter over the top of vegetables and cod. Bake at 400°F for 15 minutes.

Bake cod at 400°F for about 15 minutes. Salmon is ready when its internal temperature reaches 145°F.

How to Cook Cod

The last thing you want is dry cod. It happens to the best of us, but follow these step-by-step instructions for some absolutely moist cod:

  1. Heat a pan over medium-low heat (don’t cook cod on high heat, it will burn and cook unevenly!) with two generous pats of butter.
  2. Place cod in the pan. Season generously with garlic parsley salt. Cook for two minutes.
  3. Flip over and cook for another 4 minutes. Season this side with garlic parsley salt.
  4. Remove from heat. Immediately drizzle lemon juice all over the top. Sprinkle with freshly chopped green onion.

Baked Cod Ingredients:

This baked cod recipe is easy to prepare and the cod is really juicy, tender and packed with delicious flavours. There are not many ingredients that are needed especially to flavour the fish.

  • Cod loins – skin off
  • Salt and Pepper – to season the cod with
  • Lemon – to drizzle some over the fish.

The Tomato Sauce:

  • Marinara Sauce – I like using Marinara sauce but any tomato sauce will work
  • Leek – gives some sweetness to the tomato sauce
  • Peppers – great flavour and sweetness
  • Garlic – gives that amazing flavour we all love
  • Capers – give an amazing flavour and go very well with any fish
  • Herbs – for delicious flavours – I have used thyme and parsley
  • Salt and Pepper – just to season well the sauce too
  • Coconut Oil – to get the cooking going and add some extra good fats to the dish since cod is a pretty lean fish.

Other similar fish to replace cod with:

Other white fish that has a comparable texture and taste and can be used in recipes that call for cod is:

Tools To Make Lemon Butter Baked Cod

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    – I love this one because it’s beautiful to go straight from oven to table. – This handy tool makes it quick and easy to make this lemon baked cod recipe. – My baked cod lemon butter gets major flavor from the lemon zest, here’s the best tool to ensure you are getting just the zest and not the bitter pith.

Head over to ALDI to pick up your ingredients for both this lemon cod recipe and your side dish, and you’ll have an affordable, delicious keto dinner in no time.

Cod recipes

Cod has captured the hearts and minds of civilisations all over the world for thousands of years. In Italy, cod is so common that is has different names according to the way in which it is presented – depending on what you're buying you might hear it referred to as merluzzo (fresh or frozen fish), stoccafisso (air cured) or baccalà (salt cod). The latter, baccalà, is commonly eaten as part of the Italian Christmas Eve meal, known as La Vigilia or 'The Feast of the Seven Fishes'. With its succulent, meaty white flesh and distinctive flavour cod remains ever popular, despite recent concerns of overfishing take care to buy your fish from a sustainable source.

This collection of delicious cod recipes showcases the flavourful white fish to perfection in a variety of interesting ways. Teresa Buongiorno marinates the fish in a heady mix of herbs in her Confit cod recipe, while the Cerea Brothers' pan-fried cod fillet recipe is served with corn bisque and a creamy corn bavarois. The Cerea Brothers also share a fantastic seafood pasta recipe, Linguine with cod and Amatriciana sauce, which can be served as an elegant Italian starter dish or scaled up for a delicious lunch.


So I changed the recipe up a bit and put my own little spin and it’s seriously the best cod recipe out there.

It’s basically garlic, shallots, tomatoes, spices and broth simmered until tomatoes burst and release their juices. Then you stir in the butter and fresh herbs and OMG!

The result is velvety, thick, slightly spicy and sweet butter that you will want to eat by a spoonful. It truly is.

This melted butter sauce over baked cod is one delicious baked cod with butter dinner. Plus all those juices on the bottom of the pan…(my heart) ♥

To bake the fresh cod. All you need to do is pre-heat the oven to 400 F degrees. Toss the cod fillets with little olive oil, salt, and pepper. Place in a baking dish and bake for 15 minutes or so, depending on the thickness or until easily flakes with a fork.

You can serve it with rice, quinoa, or my favorite…crusty bread to soak in all the juices. I mean does it get better than that!?

I’m really hoping you give this baked cod with butter a try and even if you’re not a fish lover, I think it will change your mind.