- 1 pound cod fillet
- 2 tablespoons flour
- 2 tablespoons cornmeal
- 1/2 onion salt
- 1/8 black pepper (; ground)
- 2 tablespoons butter (or margarine)
- 2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese
|Calories190Calories from Fat70|
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|Calories from Fat70|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Bama F. 23 days ago
I'm glad I didn't make this for company
Ken M. 2 months ago
really good! I broiled it for the last minute or so, to brown
Rene' Montalvo 5 months ago
Very easy to make. Bought Cod from Costco and made 2 whole fillets. Added a splash of lemon juice. Very moist, not dry for 16 mins.
Josephine S. 6 months ago
Excellent and easy!!
Carol S. 8 months ago
Excellent flavor! I will make it again.
Layton McGrady 10 months ago
Turned out great. I live in the south, but I have a friend who lives on the coast of Washington state. We were talking the other day and he had just caught a fresh cod. He was planning on frying it until I sent him this recipe. I don’t think he will be frying cod again 😊
Cheryl C. a year ago
Soooo good!! I squeezed a small amount of fresh lemon juice over the fillets right after I pulled them from the oven - delish!!!
Oksana Barrios a year ago
Delicious! I switched to almond flour and no cornmeal but I loved it!
Þóra Dögg Jörundsdóttir 2 years ago
Very tasty. Added a little more onion powder and parmesan
Juanita Robbins 3 years ago
The season mixture was great for cod but the breading did not cook down enough. You almost need to pan fry for it to look like the picture. A few pieces I put less corn meal coating on and those came out really tasty. I also did not use flour because of a gluten free child. His version only had the seasoning in the recipe and it tasted amazing.....he loved it and wanted more, I will be making this again but only using: salt, pepper, onion powder, a little Parmesan, and a drizzle of butter on top.