Fennel & Cod Gratin

You don't need to make a white sauce.

Recipe By: Nuko@York (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/122)
Serves 4 Prep: 25 min Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Fennel bulb 1
Onion 1
White fish fillets (such as cod) 2
Olive oil as required
Flour 3 heaped tbsp
Milk 200ml
Salt as required
Pepper as required
Stock granules 2 tsp
Short pasta 200g
Parsley as required
Cheddar cheese as required

Method

1
Put the olive oil in a frying pan. Dredge the cod with flour and lightly saute. Remove when cooked.
2
In the same pan, add the finely sliced onion and fennel and cook until soft.
3
Add the flour and stock to Step 2. Add the milk a bit at a time and keep stirring.
4
Adjust for seasoning with salt & pepper.If the sauce is too thick, add some water and stir.
5
Add the cooked pasta and finely chopped parsley into Step 4 and transfer to an oven dish. Add the cod and flake gently while stirring.
6
Sprinkle with lots of grated cheese, then put in the oven 220C for 15-20 minutes.

Tips & Note

Fry the onion well, this will give the dish more sweetness.
At Step 3, add the flour evenly and keep stirring with the milk to avoid lumps.

Fennel & Cod Gratin

You don't need to make a white sauce.

Recipe By: Nuko@York (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/122)

Serves 4

Prep: 25 min

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Fennel bulb 1
Onion 1
White fish fillets (such as cod) 2
Olive oil as required
Flour 3 heaped tbsp
Milk 200ml
Salt as required
Pepper as required
Stock granules 2 tsp
Short pasta 200g
Parsley as required
Cheddar cheese as required

Fennel & Cod Gratin

Recipe ID :505 Posted on 09 MAY 2015

Serves 4

Prep 25min
Cook 20min
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200g
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Method

Prep
25min
Cook
20min
1
Put the olive oil in a frying pan. Dredge the cod with flour and lightly saute. Remove when cooked.
2
In the same pan, add the finely sliced onion and fennel and cook until soft.
3
Add the flour and stock to Step 2. Add the milk a bit at a time and keep stirring.
4
Adjust for seasoning with salt & pepper.If the sauce is too thick, add some water and stir.
5
Add the cooked pasta and finely chopped parsley into Step 4 and transfer to an oven dish. Add the cod and flake gently while stirring.
6
Sprinkle with lots of grated cheese, then put in the oven 220C for 15-20 minutes.

Tips & Note

Fry the onion well, this will give the dish more sweetness.
At Step 3, add the flour evenly and keep stirring with the milk to avoid lumps.

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