Cod Meunière on 3 Bean Sauce

Make a trendy sauce using tinned beans.

Recipe By: Burratina (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/342)
Serves 2 Prep: 5 min Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets 2
Salt & pepper a little
Flour (for dredging) as required
Butter 1 tsp
Olive oil 1 tsp
Butter (for sauce) 1 tbsp
Flour 1.5 tbsp
Milk 200ml
Chicken stock cube 3/4
Salt & pepper as required
3 bean salad (tinned) 1
Parsley as you like

Method

1
Lightly season the cod with salt & pepper and keep for a few minutes then dredge with flour. Put the butter and olive oil in a frying pan and fry the cod on medium heat.
2
If the cod is skinned, fry skin side first. Fry for 3 minutes each side then transfer to a plate.
3
Make the white sauce: put the butter and flour in the frying pan and cook well. Add the warmed milk and stock cube and cook to dissolve, stirring all the while.
4
When the sauce is thickened, add the drained and rinsed beans and cook to heat through. Season with salt & pepper.
5
Pour the bean sauce into a serving bowl and top with the fried cod. Sprinkle with finely chopped parsley.
6
I used this 3 bean salad tin from Tesco.

Tips & Note

You can use any white fish you like instead of cod but it doesn't work so well with red meat fish.

Cod Meunière on 3 Bean Sauce

Make a trendy sauce using tinned beans.

Recipe By: Burratina (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/342)

Serves 2

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets 2
Salt & pepper a little
Flour (for dredging) as required
Butter 1 tsp
Olive oil 1 tsp
Butter (for sauce) 1 tbsp
Flour 1.5 tbsp
Milk 200ml
Chicken stock cube 3/4
Salt & pepper as required
3 bean salad (tinned) 1
Parsley as you like

Cod Meunière on 3 Bean Sauce

Recipe ID :2114 Posted on 12 OCT 2016

Serves 2

Prep 5min
Cook 20min
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Make a trendy sauce using tinned beans.

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a little
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1 tbsp
1.5 tbsp
200ml
3/4
as required
1
as you like

Method

Prep
5min
Cook
20min
1
Lightly season the cod with salt & pepper and keep for a few minutes then dredge with flour. Put the butter and olive oil in a frying pan and fry the cod on medium heat.
2
If the cod is skinned, fry skin side first. Fry for 3 minutes each side then transfer to a plate.
3
Make the white sauce:put the butter and flour in the frying pan and cook well. Add the warmed milk and stock cube and cook to dissolve, stirring all the while.
4
When the sauce is thickened, add the drained and rinsed beans and cook to heat through. Season with salt & pepper.
5
Pour the bean sauce into a serving bowl and top with the fried cod. Sprinkle with finely chopped parsley.
6
I used this 3 bean salad tin from Tesco.

Tips & Note

You can use any white fish you like instead of cod but it doesn't work so well with red meat fish.

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