Baked Cod Casserole

February/March 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

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Dry white wine and Gruyère cheese give this fish casserole a rich flavor that hides its virtue. Before baking, we top the dish with seasoned whole-wheat breadcrumbs, which add a wholesome, nutty flavor and dietary fiber. For variety, you can substitute almost any mild white fish.

"Great dish, feels like you are eating something healthy, ya know? Had LOTS of onions. Couldn't tell there was cheese in it at all really. It goes in the "may or may not make again" pile for me! "
Baked Cod Casserole

23 Reviews for Baked Cod Casserole


Quick and easy dish to prepare. My husband is such a picky eater and he loved it! He even asked if we could have it once a week :) I love when healthy eating is easy and delicious! Thanks :)


This was great! I used haddock. Used dried thyme instead, white cooking wine with lemon, and did not use cheese, so I added the garlic powder and the paprika along with the thyme and pepper. It turned out really well!

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summerjeter wrote 4 years 41 weeks ago

Try using fresh thyme as the flavor is amazing.


This is an excellent dish, very suited to the cold weather. The gruyere makes this dish. I had to fight to get this one the first time, but have been getting lots of requests for repeats now. Even my 7 year old loved it.
The only change I made was to use very finely diced homemade bread for the topping which added a rustic feel to the dish.


This was surprisingly good...and quick to boot. Start to finish in less than 30 minutes! I subbed tilapia and I found that there were a bit too many onions (and I love onions)--otherwise, it was wonderful!


I made several substitutions (basically I just had the fish!) to this recipe, but it still was wonderful!
I didn't have white wine, so I used chicken broth plus a drizzle of honey.
I didn't have fresh thyme, but used dried italian herbs (primary ingredient was thyme).
I didn't have swiss (or gruyere) cheese, so used mild cheddar instead.
I also used multigrain bread instead of whole wheat...the added texture and "nuttiness" really enhanced the flavor!
My picky husband and son gave this dish a thumbs up!


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