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Roasted Cod with Warm Tomato-Olive-Caper Tapenade

October/November 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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The Mediterranean flavors of a warm tomato tapenade will brighten all kinds of white fish as well as chicken. Make It a Meal: Orzo and sauteed spinach will round out this meal.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this for my husband and daughter, it was excellent, moist, tasty delicious, plus quick and easy to make. The only complaint was we all wanted more. It is so delicious, plan on 1/2 lb. uncooked cod to keep everyone at the table...
Roasted Cod with Warm Tomato-Olive-Caper Tapenade

11 Reviews for Roasted Cod with Warm Tomato-Olive-Caper Tapenade

09/25/2013
Fresh and filling

I added garlic powder to the fish, crushed red pepper flakes to the tapenade and poured the cooked mixture over the fish for the last few minutes in the oven and then served it over brown rice. Yum! Yum!

Easy to fix
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02/22/2013
Anonymous
Such fresh, light, bright flavors!

I tried this recipe on a whim and am glad I did! I had actually never cooked with capers before, and wasn't sure about the caper, olive, tomoato combo. I actually forgot the shallots, but still thought it was wonderful as-is. This will be in my regular rotation.

Easy and delicious!
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01/03/2013
Anonymous
just fair

i just made this dish last night. we thought it was just ok . we prefer more flavorful meals. i followed the recipe, only doubled it because i had and extra 1/3 lb. of cod. sorry i wasted my time and money on this dinner. however, it did get good reviews...

easy
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08/28/2012
Anonymous
Yummy!

I made this for dinner (my husband gets great meals whenever I'm on the Eating Well diet), and we both enjoyed it. Thanks EW!

Easy, ingredients I usually have around (except for fresh fish)
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04/23/2012
Anonymous
Tasty food doesn't get much easier than this

I had a pound of cod and needed to throw together a quick meal. Had capers (key flavor ingredient) and substituted green onions for shallots, had good campari tomatoes, no olives, used dried herbes de province instead of fresh oregano. Because you are doing all the tapenade prep while the fish is baking, from start to finish is basically how long it takes to bake the fish - 15 to 20 min. The tapenade has a fresh rich flavor with the balsamic, capers & sauteed tomatoes. This is a winner for a busy weekday evening but tastes special enough to serve to company. Highly recommended!

Incredibly simple and quick
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