Item # 980097158
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Model # PLU 36204 |

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About this item

  • North Atlantic cod fillet
  • Whitefish has a light flavor with a moderate texture
  • Great baked, broiled or stuffed with crab meat
  • Sustainably harvested
  • Marine Stewardship Council Certified
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Description

Wild Caught Cod Fillet is a delicious fish that can be prepared in a wide variety of ways. Cook some up and serve it at your next family dinner for a delicious meal everyone will like. It's sustainably harvested, so you can enjoy it with peace of mind.

Is the Wild Caught Cod Fillet Easy to Prepare?

This white fish can be prepared in so many wonderful ways. It's easy to cook and enjoy since the bones and skin have already been removed. If you're interested in a healthy option, try baking or broiling the fish rather than frying it. Sprinkle a bit of lemon juice on top and add some salt and pepper for a simple and delightful dish. Pair it with your favorite sides, such as pasta or rice, and add a serving of vegetables to top it all off.

What Sort of Flavor Does the Wild Caught Cod Fillet Have?

Atlantic cod is extremely popular in the whitefish industry. This Wild Caught Cod Fillet is fresh and doesn't have any preservatives or chemicals added. The flavor is mild and light enough for everyone to enjoy, and the fish has a moderate texture. It can be baked or broiled, and you can even stuff it with crab meat for a truly satisfying entree.

Baked Cod with Garlic Butter and Parmesan

For an absolutely delicious meal, try this easy baked cod recipe. Dip the fish in melted butter, then coat it with a mixture of freshly grated Parmesan, paprika, lemon zest and garlic powder. Bake it at 400° F for about 15 minutes. When it's finished cooking, sprinkle a bit of lemon juice on top and serve it with a side of risotto and grilled asparagus. If you have friends or family coming over for dinner, you can even prepare this dish ahead of time by coating it with the butter and cheese mixture, then storing it in your refrigerator until it's time to cook it.

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