Top-ranked recipe named "Parmesan Baked Cod"
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"This was my first attempt at making fish. My husband and I are not fish eaters, but we are moving forward (slowly) to a better lifestyle. This was easy and quick. It tasted great!! We had leftovers, which I absolutely loved it in a sandwich with mayonnaise and tomato!"- sliebl
Rinse fish and pat dry. In shallow dish, combine flour, cornmeal, onion salt, and pepper; set aside. Melt butter in shallow dish. Roll cod in butter, then in flour mixture. Place fillets in 8-inch square baking dish.
Drizzle remaining butte over fillets and top with grated parmesan cheese. Bake in a 450 degree oven for 12 to 14 minutes or until cod flakes easily when tested with fork.
NOTES : Bake tender, delicate cod in a crisp crust of parmesan for a family favorite. Recipe by: Dierbergs Home Economists
sliebl 1 year agoThis was my first attempt at making fish. My husband and I are not fish eaters, but we are moving forward (slowly) to a better lifestyle. This was easy and quick. It tasted great!! We had leftovers, which I absolutely loved it in a sandwich with mayonnaise and tomato!
JoeMaiers 1 year agoVery good & simple/quick. Might try some herbs next time but my wife says no. The fresh grated Parmesan makes it! Served with steamed acorn squash & au gratin potatoes
6shot 1 year ago
laleah 1 year agoMy daughter hated it - and she likes fish.
Nanaf40 1 year agoTerrific! Easy, too.
Makiga 1 year agoGreat flavor! The family loved it.
brianw101 1 year agoI might have used a little too much Parmesan, but it was a little soggy. I might try again and use the broiler the last few minutes.
12chica29 1 year agoDelicious and super easy!
chelseyhawkey 1 year agoDon't use coarse ground cornmeal. Too gritty. Otherwise ok.
dobbyman66 1 year ago