Wholey Cod is a fish with mild, sweet flavor and large flaky white meat. The high protein meat can be used in home recipes for cod because the firm meat doesn’t tasty fishy. Wholey Cod is also used in fish and chips as a substitute halibut. It is also a good source of omega- 3 fatty acids, vitamin B12, potassium and vitamin D.
The flaky white, mild flavored fresh cod fillets are available for sale throughout the year. It is popular as a food, a great alternative for meat protein and its versatility makes it readily adaptable to all methods of cooking. Its meat easily absorbs the flavors of anything you cook it with, making Wholey Cod easy and fun to add to your favorite recipes for some extra protein and healthy fat.
NEW ENGLAND BAKED COD
- 1 bag Wholey Cod Fillets, thawed
- ¼ cup Italian Bread Crumbs
- Salt and freshly ground Black Pepper
- 1 tbsp. minced Parsley
- 2 tbsp. melted Butter
Preheat oven to 425 F. In a small mixing bowl, mix together breadcrumbs, melted butter, salt and pepper, and parsley. Place fish in a baking dish and top with bread crumbs mixture. Bake for approximately 10-12 minutes, or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
BAKE: Thaw and rinse fillets. Pat dry. Preheat oven to 425 F. Place fish in a lightly oiled shallow baking dish. Season with salt, pepper, margarine or butter to taste. Bake for approximately 10-12 minutes, or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
BROIL: Thaw and rinse fillets. Pat dry. Preheat broiler pan. Season fish with salt, pepper or lemon to taste. Place broiler pan containing fish 4 to 5 inches from heat and broil until fish flakes easily with a fork.
FRY: Thaw and rinse fillets. Pat dry. Heat oil to 350 F. Dip fillets in flour or cornmeal. Fry until golden brown, approximately 1-3 minutes per side.
MICROWAVE: Thaw and rinse fillets. Pat dry. Microwave fish for 4 minutes on high power for each fillet. Cooking time may vary depending on model of microwave.