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15-Minute, Kid-Approved Poached Cod "Recipe"

Hi Blue!
Have you recovered from Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday yet? I'll admit that returning back to school and work yesterday was a tiny shock to the system at our house.

I bet most of you cooked and ate too much this past weekend—so did I! Luckily, I just posted a super easy recipe for a 15-minute, one-pan supper that's delicious and nourishing: Poached Cod in Tomato Sauce!

I'm almost embarrassed to call this a recipe because it's simply a fool-proof technique pairing thawed cod fillets that I stock in my freezer and store-bought sauces that I keep in my pantry or fridge. I make this dish all the time because it's kid-approved and my family needs to eat more fish. I posted a picture of this dish on Instagram and people started asking me for the recipe. Because I'm an obliger, I posted it today!

Here's the step-by-step recipe for this simple and satisfying weeknight meal:

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Some additional tips for this recipe:

  • It's hard to figure out what seafood is sustainable, low in mercury, etc. That's why when I'm at the market, I always refer to the Seafood Watch website or buy frozen fillets that are labelled with a blue sticker from the Marine Stewardship Council.
  • If you're using frozen fish, thaw it first so the fish cooks evenly and quickly. 
  • The best way to check if the fish is cooked properly is with a meat thermometer. If you don't have one, poach the fish until the flesh is opaque and flakes kinda easily with a fork. Lots of references say that you should cook fish until it flakes very easily, but I think the fish is dry and overcooked at that point.
  • Thinner fillets will cook faster than thicker ones! Check at the 5 minute mark (or earlier).
  • The fish will only be as tasty as the sauce you poach it in. Find a sauce you love and your fish will taste delicious! I buy Rao's marinara sauce 'cause it's my favorite, but there are other Paleo-friendly ones on the market. Salsa is also a great substitute for tomato sauce.
  • If you've got my iPhone/iPad app, this recipe has been added (as have all of the recent blog recipes). 

If you have additional questions about how to make this quick and easy fish entree, tune in for my weekly Facebook Live TOMORROW (Wednesday)  at 5 pm PST (8pm EST). You can watch and ask questions while I cook! 

If you can't tune in live, no worries. I film a new Facebook Live video every Wednesday night and all of my Facebook Live videos are archived so you can watch them whenever you have time. Here's last week's video where I show you how to make Warm Brussels Sprouts Slaw with Asian Citrus Dressing:

Have a wonderful rest of your week!



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