Sunday, January 11, 2015

Easy Foil Baked Cod on a Bed of Spinach

   I love sea bass and was originally going to make this recipe using that particular fish.  All I could find however, that looked and smelled fresh, was Cod.  So... I decided to use Cod to see how this recipe turned out and it was a big hit with the boys.  I hate to admit it but, when this fish is presented on a garlic salad (recipe is on this blog), it's so pretty you'll want to eat it.  Did I mention this recipe is super easy to make and is highly beneficial for all the blood types.  So, enjoy!

3-4 Cod Filets
1/4 cup olive oil
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1 tablespoon Celtic Sea Salt
1/2 tablespoon freshly ground pepper
1/4 cup white wine
Lemon wedges for Garnish

Take a piece of foil and line with parchment paper.  Place fish on parchment paper.  Mix olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper in a small container and divide equally on top of the fish.  Allow to marinate for 20 minutes while you preheat the oven to 450.  When oven is preheated, poor wine equally on top of each piece of fish and promptly place in the oven.  Meanwhile, make the Garlic Salad Dressing (Recipe located on this blog under Salad's).  Arrange spinach on plate, decorate with tomatoes if you would like and when fish is fully baked (around 10 minutes), place on top of the salad.  Serve ASAP.  ENJOY!

The Marinade being applied to the fish.
Marinade applied and waiting for the oven
Before putting the fish in the oven put 1/4 cup white wine on the fish.  Always make sure to cook with a white wine you drink, never use cooking wine.

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