Season cod with salt and pepper. Roll or fold the cod if needed and wrap bacon around it, securing with toothpicks. Cod should be completely covered with bacon except at corners.
In a heavy-bottomed skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Once oil is hot, add wrapped cod and brown it on all sides for about 5 minutes. Cover skillet and continue cooking about 16 minutes, turning occasionally, until cooked through.
Meanwhile, mince parsley and shallot into small bowl. Whisk in oil followed by coarsely chopped capers.
Once fish is cooked, transfer to a warmed serving platter and let rest for 4 minutes. Remove toothpicks and drain liquid. Cover with sauce and serve.
Preheat broiler. Line rack of a broiler pan with foil and lightly coat with oil.
Pat salmon dry and put skin side down on pan. Season with 1/2 tsp salt.
Mince and mash garlic to a paste with a pinch of salt, then stir together remaining ingredients. Spread mustard mixture evenly on top of salmon, then broil 5-6 inches from heat until just cooked through, about 12-15 minutes.
Transfer salmon using 2 large spatulas and serve with nutty brown rice.
Marinate salmon in glaze overnight for even more flavor!
Seafood is regarded as one of the healthiest options when it comes to proteins. It is recommended that we eat at least two servings or more of seafood weekly. Incorporating seafood into any of your meal plans is easy and enjoyable. Knowing that seafood offers many health benefits, it makes it easier to serve. Continue reading →
Hi there! We are knee deep in summer and these sunny days have me smiling from ear to ear. For me, summertime isn’t just about the warm weather, for me it’s also about the experiences and of course, the food! Growing up, a typical evening was spent out on the lake fishing. Even though I only tolerated fish with a half a cup of tartar sauce, I loved spending time with family and soaking up that summer sunshine. Continue reading →
We are right in the middle of Lent and aren’t we always looking for some great fish or seafood recipe that we can serve our family or guests for dinner on a Friday evening? I started digging through my books and books of recipes that I have collected over the years and I found one that my mom used to make for us when we had family dinners. This is a recipe you could use even for cod, but I chose salmon just because of it being my favorite and my family’s also. Continue reading →
It’s the first of the year where we set our new resolutions and start those dreaded diets. I actually look forward to starting a diet because I know the results always make me feel so much better and I have so much more energy. Continue reading →
If you love salmon and pasta here is the recipe for you. It is extremely easy to make and the flavors are fantastic. I served fresh asparagus with this recipe and I love it so much that I will be making it again next week. Enjoy… I loved it! Continue reading →
This is one of the easiest recipes you are going to find to prepare salmon. The honey glaze along with the fresh ginger is awesome! Pair it with some fresh asparagus and you have a wonderful summer meal. Enjoy! Continue reading →
What a great recipe to showcase salmon. I absolutely loved the crunch of the croutons and pecans. Such an easy recipe to throw together if you’re short on time for dinner. Enjoy… I did! Continue reading →
Are you looking for something to serve your family during lent? Well hold on because this recipe blows the fish right out of the water and on to your plate. I just love the cornmeal mixture with the Lemon Pepper. This is such a refreshing sandwich for lunch or for your main entrée at dinner. Quick, easy and you’re ready to eat! Enjoy… I did! Continue reading →