Herby Baked Cod

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Herby Baked Cod

Serves 2

The combination of parsley, chilli, garlic and tomato make this dish really flavoursome. It’s really easy to prepare and gives your cod fillets a well-deserved zing of flavour.

Herby Baked Cod

Ingredients

2 tbsps olive oil
50ml stock
1 clove of garlic
2 tbsps flat leaf parsley
1 chilli
2 tomatoes
2 cod fillets
1 slice of white bread

Method

Make the breadcrumbs by toasting the bread and then blitzing in a food processor. Set the breadcrumbs aside.

Herby Baked Cod

Add the oil, stock, garlic, parsley, chilli and tomato to the food processor and blend until smooth.

Herby Baked Cod

Wash the fish and pat dry with kitchen roll. Lay the fish in a dish or baking tray.

Pour over the sauce and bake for 10 minutes in an oven pre-heated to 170 degrees (or 160 degrees, if fan assisted).

After 10 minutes, remove from oven, sprinkle over the breadcrumbs and bake for another 6 minutes.

Herby Baked Cod

Serve immediately.

We served our herby baked cod with mashed potatoes, green beans and broccoli, but this dish would go well with rice and a whole host of vegetables. Mange tout, baby sweetcorn, chantenay carrots to name a few.

Herby Baked Cod

Competition Time

When you are cooking to exact measurements, it’s really helpful to be able to measure out your ingredients as you go along.  I’ve got a set of Laura Ashley ceramic measuring spoons to give away in my latest competition.

Herby Baked Cod

All you need to do is sign up to my Life Loving newsletter and you’ll be entered into the prize draw.  You can get extra entries by sharing and liking the competition post on Facebook or retweeting it on Twitter. The competition will close on the 28th February. Good luck!

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1. To enter you need to sign up to the Life Loving newsletter. You can get extra entries by sharing and liking the competition post on Facebook or retweeting the competition post on Twitter. 2. The competition runs until the 28th February 2017. 3. The prize consists of a Laura Ashley Ceramic Measuring Spoon Gift Set. 4. The prize is non-transferable and has no cash alternative. 5. The prize draw is open to UK residents aged 18 years and over, except anyone professionally associated with the competition. 6. These Terms and Conditions are correct at time of being published but may be subject to change without notice.

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35 thoughts on “Herby Baked Cod

    • Sally Sally says:

      If you like more of a crunch, you should toast older bread. It'll be drier and less likely to be soggy.

  1. This looks absolutely delicious! I miss having fresh fish. We live way to far from the ocean. Could you use this recipe with any piece of fish! Thank you for linking up to #globalblogging

    • Sally Sally says:

      I'd think so. If you can get hold of it, you could use coley or pollock. I would steer away from oily fish as I'm not sure it would go with the sauce, but always one to try.

  2. This recipe looks delicious! Always looking for new things to make. Thanks for sharing.
    Thanks also for the chance to win those adorable measuring spoons that I desperately need in my life! Ha.
    Lisa

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