Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
This was really good, and super fast cooked in the microwave. I followed the original recipe in the magazine which called for fresh basil instead of dried. I served this with scalloped potatoes and green beans.
Loved this recipe! I didnt have Canola oil so used safflower instead and thought it was good!Thanks for sharing!
Simple, tasty and healthy and with common ingredients usually on hand.
Recipe probably isn't all that awful. Cod is just not a tasty fish. Will never do this one again.
Yes, I will make this again. I thought it very tasty in-spite of the fact I did not have any seafood seasoning on hand for the recipe.
It was bland. Will look for a more flavorful option.
This was delicious. I omitted the oil and salt to cut fat and sodium content and threw a sliced, precooked red potato and 1 cup of sugar snap peas in the same dish to cook for the last 4 minute for a complete meal.
I baked as well. I also used Orange Roughy and the whole can of tomatoes.
I used sweet vidalia onions and green onions and baked it as well. This was delicious and there were no leftovers!
I'm not a big fish eater, but I enjoyed this dish. Definitely not too fishy tasting and I didn't need any tartar sauce to help it go down. Just the right amount of flavor. Very easy to make and I took Jill Balkema's advise and baked it. Thank you Nancy Daugherty for sharing your recipe with us; it was great. My husband and 16-year-old son also really liked it. :)