Had Paul Prudhomme's seasoning, so didn't add the 1/2tsp salt. Used half whole-grain Dijon and half regular Dijon. Very quick and easy. Served with roasted sweet potato and steamed brocolli.
carolfitz Posted: 07/30/09
cookylady Posted: 03/21/11
I used black cod which was pricey but oh so buttery and delish. Thankfully, I followed other's suggestion and totally omitted the salt. Good thing, as it was perfectly seasoned with just the creole spice blend. It would have been way too salty otherwise.
cjmelt76 Posted: 04/29/09
This is a very simple and very good recipe. My wife is very picky and usually doesn't like anything I cook but she loved this fish and a smile even cracked on her stone cold face.
caycie Posted: 07/14/11
This is such a good way to make cod especially if you like spicy food!! My husband and I both loved it!
srwfromorange Posted: 10/20/11
this is a solid recipe for a weeknite fish dinner. It was fast & easy to prepare, and quite tasty. I used Alaskan Cod filets & it took about 20 min in my oven. Served it with baby broccoli & garlic mashed potatoes. I will make it again, but cuz I like my food a bit spicer, I think I'll add some more red pepper to the creole mix (I used Zataran's)
jaguar28 Posted: 12/27/12
Simple and tasty preparation method.
JessicaJJM Posted: 01/12/13
Iv'e had better cod from better recipes. I would not cal it "Creole". doesn't fit the discription. The mustard helped flavor it, but wasn't impressed w/ this one. Won't make again.
cindycook Posted: 02/23/14
Easy and very tasty. Agree with other reviewers who eliminated unnecessary salt. It would have been overwhelming.