Healthy Recipe for Cod...

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MomofTwoGirl...

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Posted: 30 Dec 2011, 14:27
I have two fillets of cod, and I want to cook them in a tasty, but healthy way. I don't want to do it in the oven, and would rather do it in a pan. I have Panko, but I dont' think it will work in the pan? As of right now, my thinking is to....

Saute up some onions and garlic in a little EVOO
Put the cod ontop of that
Once its pretty much cooked through, put in the can of tomatos with basil
Then wilt some spinach ontop
Top it off with a little salt and a lemon wedge!


Thats it - Thoughts?
sooki

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Posted: 30 Dec 2011, 16:50
I would use a little salt, pepper and dried dill on it. I've done this with Tilapia before and it's really good. I normally rub some olive oil on the fish, then broil it, but I think it would work in a pan, too.

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Posted: 31 Dec 2011, 04:44
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