A Lovely Meal for Lent – Deliciously Simple

Crumb cod has been a favorite of ours for decades—for guests, retreatants, and our own Sisterhood. It’s a wonderful addition to your Lenten menu. This is a great recipe for anyone looking for something meatless, delicious, and easy to prepare. You don’t have to live on the Cape to enjoy this flavorsome dish – try it and you’ll be glad you did, in and out of the Lenten season.

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A Lovely Meal for Lent - Deliciously Simple
SERVINGS
2
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COOK TIME
20
PREP TIME
20
READY IN
40

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Set oven at 375 degrees
  2. Rinse cod fillets and dry with paper towel.
  3. Brush Pyrex pie plate or baking dish with melted butter.
  4. Brush fillets lightly with melted butter; then sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  5. Crush crackers with rolling pin and mix with melted butter and 1Tbsp of lemon juice. Add chopped parsley and toss together lightly.
  6. Gently press crumbs onto fillets. (It’s fine if any excess falls into baking dish!)
  7. Pour wine and remaining Tbsp. of lemon juice around fish in the baking dish.
  8. Bake for about 15-20 minutes until crumbs are golden and crunchy. Internal temperature should read between 135 -140 degrees. You can carefully check by gently inserting a fork, to see if the fish is opaque and flakey.

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