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Cod with Tomato Cream Sauce

January/February 2010

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This silky tomato sauce with a touch of cream makes mild-flavored cod sing. Serve with: Farro or rice and a salad of mixed greens.



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"As I was making this I was skeptical, but once I added the cream it was delicious! I served this over orzo. The combination of the wine, tomatoes and cream was perfect. Alterations: 1 tsp of corn starch, dash of dried basil after pouring...
Cod with Tomato Cream Sauce

23 Reviews for Cod with Tomato Cream Sauce

06/27/2013
Anonymous
Sauce is delicious with a few tweaks

This recipe was nice that it cooked in one pan. For the sauce, I used double the amount of tomatoes and used fire roasted. I also added garlic powder and a lot more half-and-half as well as cornstarch to make the sauce more creamy.

Cooks quickly
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12/25/2012
Anonymous
Super easy

Would make this again and serve it in bread bowls. My whole family raved!

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11/21/2012
Anonymous

This was really good. The only thing I did different was that I drained the tomatoes and cooked the fish without a cover, as some people had said that it was watery. I used skim because it was what I had on hand. We served it over orzo and mixed it all together....it was delicious!

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12/05/2011
Anonymous
Will not be making thins again.

Followed the recipe as it was , but the end result was not as expected. Even added some spinach to the last part of the recipe. Will not be making this again.

Easy to make
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11/10/2010
Anonymous

As I was making this I was skeptical, but once I added the cream it was delicious! I served this over orzo. The combination of the wine, tomatoes and cream was perfect. Alterations: 1 tsp of corn starch, dash of dried basil after pouring in the cream, and a squeeze of lemon in each bowl as I was serving the dish.

-PA

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