Cod Baked in Foil
Cod Baked in Aluminum Foil
Cod baked in foil anyone? Sure...want to shed a few pounds while enjoying every bite? After a few meals of tasty seafood meal and there will be less of you. :-)
Some people brag about being "lean and mean" - how about going for "lean, healthy and strong" instead. Sure, sounds good to me.
If you are like me and really like seafood, you will enjoy this cod baked in foil recipe. It makes a fabulously delicious and convenient dinner. Of course, topping this great-tasting fish with healthy vegetables makes this delicacy a cat's meow and will give you a bunch of compliments too.
Enjoy a few meals like this per week and you will be strong and lean like a Viking.
Cod Baked in Foil
Preheat oven 400°F. (200°C.)
Bake Time: 20-25 minutes.
1 pound fish fillet, fresh or
frozen (thaw before cooking).
Cut into serving sizes.
3 medium red potatoes
scrubbed, thinly sliced.
3 carrots, sliced the long way
1 medium sweet onion, sliced
l leek, (thoroughly rinsed) sliced thin. The white part of the leek is more tender than the green part. Save the green section for your next delicious soup.
1/2 cup corn
1 sweet red pepper - sliced into strips
Drizzle EVO (Extra Virgin olive oil)
Freshly ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground sea salt
Wash vegetables and slice
(Leeks must be taken apart
and carefully cleaned)
First, spray or apply cooking oil or cooking spray on the foil or a baking pan, in case that is your choice.
If you choose to bake your meal in aluminum foil place the foil with all ingredients on a baking sheet.
Drizzle with EVO and add sprinkle with sea salt and freshly ground pepper. Tightly wrap foil around the cod and vegetables and place it in the oven in the baking pan for 20-25 minutes.
Suggestion for condiments:
Mix sour cream, greek yogurt, and chives and serve it in a pretty bowl. Place the bowl on a plate larger than the bowl and surround it with lemon wedges and freshly snipped parsley.
Oh, don't forget to serve a crisp, fresh salad with this delicious cod baked in foil.
Dinner is served. God Middag! This Norwegian greeting is usually said before dinner and the translation is: "Have a Good Dinner" or bon appétit, in French.
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