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One of the most versatile white fish recipes you could find.

This would be good with cod, haddock, pollack - any type of fish really.

Also the salad would be good to go with a roast chicken or joint of meat - maybe shouldn't mention that here :-)

When you're making the croutons, set a timer - 10 minutes goes very quickly and you don't want a charcoal offering. This is a really simple way of making garlic croutons which you can make in quantity and store in a jar for topping off salads and soups.



Cod with Summer Salad

4 slices white bread cut into chunks
4 tbspn olive oil
4 ripe tomatoes
1 small cucumber
1 pepper
1 red onion
2 tbspns white wine vinegar
2 garlic cloves or garlic salt to taste
4 cod or other white fish fillets

Heat the oven to 200C Gas Mark 6.

Put 1 tbspn oil in a bowl and add one of the garlic cloves or some garlic powder/salt.

Tip in the bread cubes and mix thoroughly to coat.

Put the bread on a baking tray and cook for about 10 minutes - the croutons should be crisp and golden by then.

Put 2 tbspns of olive oil, the wine vinegar and garlic in a screw top jar and shake to mix.

Chop up the salad ingredients and put in a bowl, then pour the dressing over.

Heat up a frying pan, brush with oil and when it's hot, add the cod fillets.

Cook for about 4 minutes, then turn and cook another minute or so until the fish is firm to the touch.

Serve with the salad topped with croutons and the fish.


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Warm Cod with Salad



A really easy salad topped with warm cod and croutons. Lovely for a summer outdoor meal, cook on the grill or barbecue or serve indoors. A great way of making garlic croutons as well which you can store in a jar.





Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4

Main Ingredient: bread, cod, salad, oil


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