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Codfish and Potatoes

I know, I know, too much codfish… you might think, but I tell you, this recipe is sooooo easy and soooooo tasty that you will probably like to try it! It is said that when you have a baby and you are breast-feeding her/him, this recipe helps you to get high quality milk!!! I eat it many times when my dauther was a baby and it worked… she had the pinker and thicker cheeks in the world!!!

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•Ingredients for 4 servings: 4 pieces of desalted snout codfish (I don’t know if snout is the right word – I mean the front side of the fish), 5 potatoes big/medium size and olive oil.
•Have the codfish desalted. Please see my post about codfish. Rinse and dry with kitchen paper so that you take all the water away (important).

•Cut the potatoes in irregular sizes and cover with cold water. Turn heat on and let them boil until they are nearly done.
•Take the codfish and add to the casserole. The heat should be very low. Have it 2 minutes one side and 2 more minutes the other side. Turn heat off and let it rest for 2 more minutes.

•Carefully place in a plate and drop some olive oil (the best one you have – an extra virgin one would be perfect -) on top.

•Don’t eat the black skin. You have to peel it once in your plate.


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11/07/2007 · 12:31 h by JennDZ - The Leftover Queen

I am going to start calling you The Cod Queen, Nuria! Actually it is great to see how many ways there are to cook this fish!

11/29/2007 · 11:12 h by Mallory Elise

I’m making this tomorrow. Seriously. Nobody seems to cook cod–and you have more than one recipe! Yay!

11/29/2007 · 13:08 h by Núria

It’s such a tasty fish… and it has this rich texture… mmmmmm. I love it!
Mallory, if you have any doubts, I’ll be glad to help.
Buen provecho!!

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