Cod Recipes

Cod Recipes

Cod is the common name for a white fish that's commonly used all over the world in a variety of different dishes. Cod meat is moist and flaky when cooked and is enjoyed particularly for having such a mild flavour. Read below for some recipes and ideas that really make the most of this delicious fish.

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About Cod:

Cod is in serious danger of being over-fished in many areas, including Great Britain, Canada and most other Atlantic countries. Because of this, other fish are being used more frequently in the place of cod, such as haddock, plaice and sea bass. If you can get hold of sustainable cod, try to make a point of using it in your cooking.

Cod is served quite frequently smoked or dried and is delicious either way. It's also wonderful simply battered and deep fried, creating a delicious meal of flaky fish. Cod is also frequently consumed in Spain and Portugal, commonly used in fish stews and starters.

Remember that you can always substitute ingredients in savoury cooking for example, if one of these dishes calls for cheese, simply use whichever variety you have in. If you don't have fresh garlic or chilli in, use dried. It's always a good idea to have a variety of dried herbs and spices in your cupboard so that you can rustle up a tasty meal in no time.

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