FRIED COD FILLET WITH MEDITERRANEAN FLAVOURS
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recipe for Pan fried cod fillet with Mediterranean flavours
is one from Alan Spedding. Alan has featured on several
TV cooking programmes as a keen amateur chef. If you
want to know more read Alan's
Biography page whihc was put togther a few years
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to make Pan
fried cod fillet
nice fillets of fresh cod
salt and pepper to coat
100 ml - olive oil (extra virgin if you can)
6 pieces of sundried tomato sliced roughly
1 tablespoon of capers
6 black olives roughly sliced
2 new potatoes cooked and sliced
1 fresh tomato peeled de-seeded and sliced into lozenges
handful of chopped parsley and small sprig of fresh
rosemary roughly chopped
Sea salt and pepper
the cod with the oil, salt and pepper then place skin
side down into a hot sauté pan for three to
over and cook for roughly a further two minutes.
in a warm oven to rest for three to four minutes.
the cod is resting, prepare the sauce. Pour the olive
oil into a pan, put all of the ingredients in and
gently warm up, DO NOT sizzle and fry the ingredients,
merely warm through to gently infuse all the wonderful
the cod, skin side up on your serving plate and spoon
the sauce around.