hash brown crusted codPosted: February 5, 2018 Filed under: Cooking, Recipes Leave a comment
Terry and I saw this recipe on The Kitchen. The recipe called for halibut, but the frozen halibut in our local store is ridiculously expensive so I used cod. Besides, halibut should stand on its own. It doesn’t need to be crusted with anything.
The recipe was sponsored by a producer of refrigerated hash browns, which our store doesn’t carry, so I used frozen instead, which I thawed in the fridge. Seasoning with just salt, pepper, and garlic is not acceptable to either me or Terry, so I used the trusted, reliable Old Bay. Rather than using the stove-top method I cooked the cod in our toaster oven on the convection setting for fifteen minutes. The hash browns did not properly brown, so I gave it another ten on the broiler setting. Doing it again I might just broil the whole time.
Lettuce was thriving in our container garden, so I had a green salad with homemade vinaigrette.
A really nice Saturday dinner.