Baked Cod with Chorizo & White Beans

January/February 2008

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This recipe follows the Spanish and Portuguese tradition of pairing mild white fish with full-flavored cured sausage—just a bit gives the whole dish a rich, smoky flavor. Make it a meal: Enjoy with steamed green beans and roasted potatoes tossed with thyme and coarse salt.

"Delectable dish...will definitely make it again. I served it with steam broccoli and it worked wonderfully. Gloria- Long Beach, CA "
Baked Cod with Chorizo & White Beans Recipe

24 Reviews for Baked Cod with Chorizo & White Beans

Incredible family pleaser

There isn't anything my family doesn't love about this recipe. So quick and full of flavor. I like to serve this on a bed of garlic sautéed spinach, which gives it more great color and another layer of health.

Simple, unexpected, healthy
Nice Sunday dinner

I liked that this dish was healthy and super easy to throw together. I followed the recipe exactly, except I only had sun-dried tomato chicken sausage, so I added some red chili flakes to make up for missing spice. It turned out really nice and was well paired with a Washington Pinot Gris and corn on the cob. My boyfriend and I agreed that this would be easily altered, perhaps using some tarragon, fennnel and orange zest instead of thyme.


I really enjoyed this recipe! I did change a couple things to the recipe. I omit the wine and I used soy chorizo.
I'm making it again tonight!

Not for me

I was NOT a fan of this recipe. I am new to eating cooked fish and perhaps that is why I did not like it. I attempted to eat it and had to throw it all away. Even the thought of this dish makes me not feel well. Maybe I screwed up the recipe, but safe to say I will never attempt this one again.

Easy to make

Family is not a fan of fish, however, I thought it was good, quick and easy...and the leftovers were even better!


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