Sauteed Cod with Oriental Salsa

The salsa tastes so colourful in contrast to the milder fish.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)
Serves 4 Prep: 10 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets (or haddock) 4
Oriental salsa:
Tomatoes 2
Avocado (small) 2
Spring onions as required
Sweet chilli sauce (shop bought) as required
Lemon or lime as required
Flour as required
Olive oill as required

Method

1
Season the cod with salt & pepper and keep aside for a while.
2
Make the salsa: cut the tomatoes and avocado into 1cm dice, roughly chop the spring onions and mix with the sweet chilli sauce and lemon juice.
3
Pat dry the cod and dredge with the flour. Fry in a hot frying pan with the olive oil until crispy brown on both sides.
4
Place the cod on a serving dish and serve alongside a green salad or a warm salad, together with the salsa.

Tips & Note

●Remove the moisture from the cod at Step 1, this is very important to avoid a soggy limp fish fillet

Sauteed Cod with Oriental Salsa

The salsa tastes so colourful in contrast to the milder fish.

Recipe By: Nagomi Kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/172)

Serves 4

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Cod fillets (or haddock) 4
Oriental salsa:
Tomatoes 2
Avocado (small) 2
Spring onions as required
Sweet chilli sauce (shop bought) as required
Lemon or lime as required
Flour as required
Olive oill as required

Sauteed Cod with Oriental Salsa

Recipe ID :779 Posted on 11 JUN 2015

Serves 4

Prep 10min
Cook 10min
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The salsa tastes so colourful in contrast to the milder fish.

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Method

Prep
10min
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10min
1
Season the cod with salt & pepper and keep aside for a while.
2
Make the salsa:cut the tomatoes and avocado into 1cm dice, roughly chop the spring onions and mix with the sweet chilli sauce and lemon juice.
3
Pat dry the cod and dredge with the flour. Fry in a hot frying pan with the olive oil until crispy brown on both sides.
4
Place the cod on a serving dish and serve alongside a green salad or a warm salad, together with the salsa.

Tips & Note

●Remove the moisture from the cod at Step 1, this is very important to avoid a soggy limp fish fillet

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