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Baked Cod with Chorizo & White Beans

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (140 votes)

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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

09/02/2011
Easy & impressive

tasty, attractive & colorful. Followed halved recipe, for two. Served with saute'd zucchini. Filling and good. Sure to make again.

except for the fresh fish, everything else usually on hand
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07/20/2011
Love this light dish!

I used tilapia and andouille chicken sausage and doubled the sausage for my husband. He loved it!!

Light, tasty, delish
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01/06/2011
could be hotter

Not bad a little flat, but I used cajun sausage, which might have been a little mild. I added a clove of garlic, too. I wished I added some red pepper flakes. Fish throws off a lot of juice.

easy, fast, love white beans
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12/01/2010
Anonymous

Delectable dish...will definitely make it again. I served it with steam broccoli and it worked wonderfully.

Gloria- Long Beach, CA

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11/11/2010
Anonymous

This was one FABULOUS date night meal at home for my man! :) I used stewed tomatoes since I had them on hand and I threw a few shrimp in with the tilapia (no cod at the store that day), & skipped the sausage but used a few drops of liquid smoke. Next time I may add a few scallops too. I'm adding this one to the "meals for my man and me" section of my recipe collection. LOL! Soooo good... that when he thought I wasn't looking he licked the plate!

~ TC

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