Panko-Crusted Cod with Tomato-Basil Relish

  • JLMCooks Posted: 03/17/13
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    Simple and delicious! The tomato-basil relish was a perfect topping. Light and tasty. I served this with sauteed spinach. An incredibly quick and easy recipe!

  • debbieshuman Posted: 04/14/13
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    I found this recipe to be simply "ok". I don't plan to make it again. I did, however, like the relish and will make that again to go with other things.

  • CMCraig Posted: 03/15/13
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    Just made this recipe for dinner, it was delicious, quick, easy, and we will definitely be making it again.

  • sublime3377 Posted: 03/26/13
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    Loved the tomato basil relish on the fish, super fresh and delicious. My husband enjoyed it as well. We added a side of string beans and it was a super quick and tasty weeknight dinner.

  • steponme Posted: 03/26/13
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    Missouri City, TX

    I enjoyed the cod, but the relish may have been better for me if the ingredients were chopped smaller. Also, the lemon and tomato together made this a little bitter; not sure if I'll make the relish again.

  • jlee403 Posted: 04/04/13
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    Easy. quick and delicious! The tomato basil relish was a great topping and will definitely be making this recipe again.

  • ajb1978 Posted: 04/03/13
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    Easy and delicious. This is going to be a go to recipe.

  • ShellyV Posted: 03/25/13
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    This was a quick and delicious weeknight meal. I made this on St. Patrick's Day as a healthy alternative to fish and chips. Thrilled that my 2.5 year old also ate some.

  • vickierigsby Posted: 05/02/13
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    This was a great way to finish cooking fish. I used tilapia and it was crunchy. The relish was good. I used Campari tomatoes. Great spring fresh taste with the fish. Tarragon goes great with tomatoes so I may swap that with the basil next time to mix it up.

  • daneanp Posted: 05/09/13
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    Yummy. I used halibut so increased the cooking time as the portions were thicker. Didn't have sweet onion, so used sliced green onions. The entire family loved it. Served with oven-roasted asparagus and a light pesto pasta side. Definitely adding to our regular rotation. Will try with tilapia next time.

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 07/12/13
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    This dish really was quick and easy to make, plus it was delicious. I loved the flavors of the relish contrasting with the breaded fish.

  • gocougs1995 Posted: 12/22/13
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    Really enjoy this dish. Use as one of our Friday lenten staple meals, as well as for an easy summer meals.

  • KathrynNC Posted: 08/03/13
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    This packed an amazing amount of flavor for such a quick and simple dish! I was surprised and impressed. The only change I really made was I used plum tomatoes cut into a small dice and cut the onion the same (my husband only eats tomatoes if cut very small). I found that a pound of fish was all we could use for our pan size and had to freeze the rest. Served with soba noodle salad as suggested. We will definitely be making this again!

  • BullRed Posted: 05/18/14
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    One of best! I substituted red snapper, and started the sauce with a tablespoon of minced garlice sauteed in olive oil, then sauteed the onions, and substituted a cup of my Mom's canned tomatos for the cherry tomatos. Then simmer the whole sauce while I got the fish ready. So, I served my sauce hot over the fish. Outstanding!

  • loarahp Posted: 06/29/13
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    This dish was definitely tasty and I'll keep it in my quick-dinner arsenal for future use. My panko crust didn't turn out all that crispy. Perhaps the pan was too crowded? Will test that theory next time. Fortunately, my 13 month old still loved it. I'm not a huge fan of raw onion, so I subbed green onion in the relish and it was delicious.

  • AlliStro Posted: 07/03/14
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    This was a good and easy fish recipe that my whole family loved. My husband who doesn't like fish and 3 & 4 year old all wanted seconds.

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