Cod Fish Sandwiches
Most of you know that I am not a big fish eater. The only reason I occasionally eat it is because it’s said to be healthy for me! I try to make it as least fishy as possible.
I recently received Cod from the Alaskan Fish Marketing Group. I have seen so many advertisements at local fast food restaurants on fish sandwiches that I thought we would try one as well. This was very tasty; however, it was a bit on the fishy side. I believe it was simply that I have never tried cod before so it was a different taste for me.
My husband thought it was delicious, plus it was healthy!
- 4 Cod Fish Fillets ( I used 2 6oz Fillets and cut them in 1/2)
- 1/2 Cup Flour
- 1/2 Cup Bread Crumbs
- 1 Tbsp Lemon Pepper
- Olive Oil
- Fat Free Tarter Sauce
In a large skillet begin to heat the olive oil. Use enough to cover the bottom of the skillet.
Using 2 bowls, pour the flour in 1 bowl then mix the bread crumbs and the pepper in another bowl. Coat the fish with flour then with the breading mixture and place in the heated oil. Cook this on each side until well browned. The fish should easily flake with a fork. I cooked this about 5-6 minutes on each side.
If you prefer you can use egg as well to dip the fish in so that the breading sticks. I just worked with the fish a few minutes and the breading stuck to it fairly well. I preferred doing this over adding egg to the recipe.
Top this fish over the lettuce and tomato on a bun. Use tarter sauce to add a little extra flavor.
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