Simply fantastic! Could eat this for lunch and then dinner again!

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Baking cod with garlic and lemon is as easy as it is delicious; it brings to mind the comforting sound of a Midwest kitchen, where pots of taste simmer in ovens that serve as the beating heart of the house. In warmer climes, where a hearty fish dish is as reassuring as a blanket your grandma sewn with love, cod has long been a beloved fish among people from all over the world. It’s solid but flaky, like the brave heart of the Midwest, and when combined with the zesty lemon and the earthy kiss of garlic, it becomes a dish that embodies the type of homey comfort food that our grandparents would have loved. When you want to feed your family something healthy, but you also want to stick to some old habits and make things easy, this is the dish for you.
For an elegant presentation or to make this meal the focal point of a family dinner, I find myself thinking about a classic potato salad (perhaps made from a family recipe) or a plethora of garden-fresh green beans, cooked until they are delicate and snapped. Along with our sea star, when the ground is too chilly to work with, try chunky apple sauce or roasted root vegetables—all golden and delicious.
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Four people may enjoy this baked cod dish with lemon and garlic.
What You Need: 4 fillets of fresh fish, weighing around 6-8 ounces apiece
2- Melted unsalted butter, 2 teaspoons
– Juice from half of the lemon and thinly slice the other half.
Three cloves of garlic, finely chopped like a summer wind, and two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
– Chopped fresh parsley, 1 or 2 handfuls (save some for garnish)
Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.
Start by getting your oven up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmth starts there.

 

2- Melted unsalted butter, 2 teaspoons
– Juice from half of the lemon and thinly slice the other half.
Three cloves of garlic, finely chopped like a summer wind, and two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
– Chopped fresh parsley, 1 or 2 handfuls (save some for garnish)
Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.
How to Follow
Start by getting your oven up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The warmth starts there.
2. Lay the cod fillets on a greased baking dish as if they were going to bed, and gently pat them dry with an old kitchen towel.
3. Melt the butter in a basin and whisk in the olive oil, chopped garlic, lemon juice, and a nice squeeze. Give it a good stir and a good community at harvest time.
4. Carefully drizzle the seasoning mixture over the fish, making sure to flavor each piece.
5. Add salt and pepper to the fish in the same way you would season a story: just enough to bring out the flavor, not too much.
6. For visual appeal and a tangy taste, place thin slices of lemon on top of the fish, like the last piece of a quilt.
The fish should be opaque and flake lightly when tested with a fork after 10 to 12 minutes of baking it uncovered in a preheated oven. Do whatever makes your heart happy—reflect, make a side, whatever.
8. Top with chopped parsley and serve right away, because genuine hospitality is not just about flavor but also about being there when you need it.
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Tips and Variations—If you’re feeling the cold of winter, try adding a splash of white wine to the baking dish just before cooking. It will provide a touch of depth and warmth.
– A If you’re in the mood for something heartier, or if your origins demand it, a sprinkle of paprika sprinkled over the fish before baking can complement the delicate tastes.
– A If you’re trying to cut back on dairy but still want that decadent flavor, try using a little high-quality dairy-free butter.
– A Keep in mind that nothing but the freshest seafood and the most lovingly prepared meals will grace your table.
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