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On 9/3/2021 at 6:51 PM, bob_G said:

Cod Cruda, with garden cherry tomatoes and basil.

 

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This is my new favorite way to prepare any filet. 

I have been doing fluke like this all summer with a salad and some green veggies. 

 

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24 mins ago, Kml said:

This is my new favorite way to prepare any filet. 

I have been doing fluke like this all summer with a salad and some green veggies. 

 

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You nailed it man. Looks great. :drool:

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On 9/3/2021 at 6:51 PM, bob_G said:

Cod Cruda, with garden cherry tomatoes and basil.

 

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Ya got a recipe? This looks amazing! 

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53 mins ago, hookmeup said:

Ya got a recipe? This looks amazing! 

 

13 mins ago, Highlander1 said:

Terrific looking dish, do share the recipe. 

Yes it looks amazing!

Please  share the recipe.

How do you think that would be w/ striper?

JD

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I think it would be great with striper. 
 

im guessing the recipe is:

preheat oven to 400F


1. Toss halved cherry tomatoes with salt and pepper and basil and allow to sit for 10 minutes or so. 

 

2. Lightly coat cod with olive oil and salt and pepper to taste in cast iron pan

 

3. Put tomatoes around cod

 

4. cook 10 minutes or so and finish in broiler to brown top

 

garnish with fresh basil, maybe some freshly grated  Parmesan cheese

Edited by hookmeup

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Posted (edited) · Report post

I do it on the stove top.

light coat of olive oil in a cast iron pan and blister the cherry tomatoes whole toss in some smushed garlic after a little bit.

the fish is cut to portion sized and dry salt and peppered.

i just put the fish in by making room around the other stuff but you can remove the tomatoes and garlic to sear the fish and add it back later.

sear the fish good and flip it when ready.

toss in some chopped basil and a splash of white wine and cover quick because it will splatter 

Any fish is good for this. 
I have done cod, blackfish, striper, seabass, haddock, fluke.

I will do the next bluefish I catch.

Edited by Kml

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