Cod Crumble

It's a cod version of apple crumble!

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)
Serves 2 Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets 2 (300g)
Salt & pepper as required
【Crumble】
Wholegrain mustard 1 tsp
Parsley (finely chopped) 2 tbsp
Water biscuits 40g
Mayonnaise 2 tbsp
【White Sauce】
Unsalted butter 20g
Flour 1 tbsp
Milk 250ml
Chicken stock cube 1/2

Method

1
Season the cod with salt & pepper.
2
Roughly smash the water biscuits, then put all the crumble ingredients into a bowl and mix together.
3
Place the cod in an oven tray and top with the crumble mix.
4
Preheat the oven 180C and bake for 20 minutes until the topping is nicely browned.
5
In the meantime, make the white sauce. Put the butter in a pan on low medium heat. Add the flour and fry a little.
6
When it starts to bubble, crumble in the chicken stock cube and the milk a bit at a time..
7
Stir well every time you add the milk until it's a nice thick sauce.
8
Adjust the sauce to taste, then pour over the cooked cod. It's ready to serve.

Tips & Note

●Water biscuits are simply water and flour. Carr's has a Royal Warrant but lots of brands are available at the supermarkets.
● The white sauce can burn easily, so keep stirring from start to finish.

Cod Crumble

It's a cod version of apple crumble!

Recipe By: Mizue (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/32)

Serves 2

Cook: 30 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets 2 (300g)
Salt & pepper as required
【Crumble】
Wholegrain mustard 1 tsp
Parsley (finely chopped) 2 tbsp
Water biscuits 40g
Mayonnaise 2 tbsp
【White Sauce】
Unsalted butter 20g
Flour 1 tbsp
Milk 250ml
Chicken stock cube 1/2

Cod Crumble

Recipe ID :1699 Posted on 26 FEB 2016

Serves 2

Cook 30min
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It's a cod version of apple crumble!

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2 (300g)
as required
1 tsp
2 tbsp
40g
2 tbsp
20g
1 tbsp
250ml
1/2

Method

Cook
30min
1
Season the cod with salt & pepper.
2
Roughly smash the water biscuits, then put all the crumble ingredients into a bowl and mix together.
3
Place the cod in an oven tray and top with the crumble mix.
4
Preheat the oven 180C and bake for 20 minutes until the topping is nicely browned.
5
In the meantime, make the white sauce. Put the butter in a pan on low medium heat. Add the flour and fry a little.
6
When it starts to bubble, crumble in the chicken stock cube and the milk a bit at a time..
7
Stir well every time you add the milk until it's a nice thick sauce.
8
Adjust the sauce to taste, then pour over the cooked cod. It's ready to serve.

Tips & Note

●Water biscuits are simply water and flour. Carr's has a Royal Warrant but lots of brands are available at the supermarkets.
● The white sauce can burn easily, so keep stirring from start to finish.

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