Baked White Fish Furrs Recipe
Here in New England, Baked Cod with Ritz cracker topping is standard fare. Most every restaurant has this simple fresh oven baked cod recipe on the menu. While some places add a bit of seafood to the cracker topping, others may add some herbs or even top with a tomato sauce. Anyway it's made, fresh fish for dinner is always a treat.
baked white fish furrs recipe
I prefer keep my Boston baked cod recipe very simple, though I did include an Italian style option below. The ritz crackers add taste and help keep the fish moist without interfering with it's delicate texture and mild flavor, rather than over power it. Just add a squeeze of lemon juice and enjoy the flaky fish!
This simple baked fish recipe is quick and easy to make. Baking cod in the oven is a perfect dinner solution for busy families. The delicious mild fish flakes easily with a fork and is suitable for all ages.
Although I was accustomed to eating seafood regularly, my family only ate fish as fish & chips or fish sticks. I didn't have baked fish fillets until I was an adult and started both working and going to restaurants in the area.
Unlike fried fish, leftovers from this baked cod recipe are still rather tasty. The dish has handles "late for dinner" time delays well too. Baked fish can be gently reheated, or used for other recipes like fish cakes.
I love the almonds in this crust, Kathy! I once had a catfish almondine dish at a restaurant in Louisiana, and to this day I still remember it - that says something right? The combination of white fish and almonds is amazing, and I need to put this on the list ASAP!
This recipe for Low-Carb Oven Fried Fish Fillets makes tender fillets that are baked instead of fried. These delicious fillets can be part of a low-carb, keto, Atkins, LC/HF, diabetic, or Banting diet.
This recipe was inspired by the fish sticks I ate when I was little. You know the ones. They are located in the frozen section of any grocery store. You toss them on a cookie sheet and bake the breaded and pre-fried morsels until they browned up. Yup, these fish sticks were a favorite of mine when I was a kid.
I just tried this recipe (2/10/2019) It was very good. I did omit the red pepper flakes. When I make this next time I will bring the salt down to 1/4 Tsp and bake the cod up on a wire rake on top of a cookie sheet. That will keep the bottom of the fish crispy not soggy.
This is a highly adaptable recipe and I use it all the time. I bought frozen Haddock filets (never again) and they were very watery. After letting them sit between paper towels for a while, I cut them into nuggets, used this breading and this recipe made the mushy fish DELICIOUS!
This is so good. I think next time I will have a third dish and instead of going from egg white to almond flour mixture I would sprinkle mixture onto fish. I will make this again for sure. Going to try it with halibut next time
This is soo simple and delicious! I did add some cayenne pepper but otherwise kept to the recipe. The little cooking hacks like putting the fish on a rack over a cookie sheet and frying it in a Dutch oven (sooo much less oil splatter!!!) were helpful also. How have I lived this long and not thought of these things? I used cod and halibut and both turned out great! No tartar sauce needed in my opinion! Haha.
Thank you for the recipe. For years I have tried to learn how to fry cod. I kept trying to do it like the fast food fish places with a wet batter and would fail. The mood hit again and I found your recipe. I really liked the simplicity of ingredients. Which made it easy to convert to gluten-free. The fish came out tasty, beautifully moist, flaky, with a wonderful crunchy fried exterior and not at all greasy. This is a keeper!
I made this last night with fresh cod and it turned out wonderful. This will now be my go to recipe for fresh fish. It cooks rather quickly, which I think is why the fish does not dry out and just melts in your mouth.
THE BEST fried fish recipe EVER! My husband who has fished all his life and had fried fish for almost 60 years will NEVER go back to cornmeal fish fry. Now that is saying something! Turned out EXACTLY like recipe said it would!
I have made several bad fish recipes and they are never spectacular. This one was easy to follow and perfectly crispy. I also appreciate the note to put on a rack to keep crispy. This will be my new go to recipe.
Who doesn't love Luby's fried fish? Come on, admit it. There's just something about going through a cafeteria line and getting that crispy fried fish with tartar sauce. Now you can make it at home with this easy Luby's copycat fried fish recipe.
Seasoned, fresh cod fish fillets are baked with a buttery cracker topping in the oven. The end result is a flaky, fresh, and delicious fish dinner that your family is sure to love! It is easy, simple, and makes for a delicious meatless comfort dish.
For our buttery baked cod fish, we used the Wild-Caught Pacific Cod we received in our Good Chop Box. You can learn more about this meat and seafood delivery service in our Good Chop Review Post. Or, you can visit their site to save $100 off your first 3 boxes! You choose what you want in your box so that is really cool!
Besides the delicious Wild-Caught Pacific Cod, the shining star ingredient in this recipe is none other than Ritz Crackers. Ritz Crackers are such a pantry staple that everyone should have on-hand. They can make delicious meatball crumbs (instead of bread crumbs), go great on baked chicken, stuffed shrimp, baked onions, and even on fish.
Believe it or not, baked cod fish cooks best in a preheated oven that is set to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Cod fish cooks rather quickly and starts to shrink, separate, and become white and flaky when done. Typically, you only need 25-30 minutes at this temperature.
Sadly, this recipe does not freeze well as it will be toughen the fish and make the cracker crumbs really soggy. But, you can store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days for best taste. Simply microwave to heat throughout.
Fish is such a family favourite in my home, but plain fish can feel a little boring. If you would like some recipes using frozen fish that have a crust to make them feel more special, or a different way of cooking, then you may like to see my baked cod with pesto and sweet potato and ginger fish cakes.
we have a freezer full of halibut from our alaska fishing trip and am always looking for new recipes. This was very easy and tasted great!!!! love the seasoning and its still good to eat the next day if you have leftovers.
I kicked mine up a notch, added dried dill, basil, cayenne pepper, bit of dried onion, Thyme. Still could of used Lemon slices layered on the halibut steaks THEN the crumb mixture. Turned out greatb tho!! Had a nice glass of Chardonnay with the fish that made it a 5 star recipe!! I would definately try this one again!!!!
Luby's Baked Fish Makeoverserves 42/3 cup slivered almonds1/2 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon salt1 1/2 Tablespoons butter, melted2 pounds firm white fish (tilapia, haddock, halibut, cod)Salt and Pepper1/3-1/2 cup paleo mayonnaiseZest from 1/2 lemonabout 1/3 cup waterJuice from 1/2 lemondried or fresh parsley, for garnish
Hopefully, now you will have a few ideas for what to serve with cod. A lot of the elements above can be combined to make a multi-layered dish. Cod with potatoes and peas? Cod with bacon and baked broccoli? Whatever you opt for, we just know it will be delicious. What are your favorite cod recipes?
Your rub recipe was awesome on our St Louis Ribs. The only thing I changed was I did a slow roast and baked them at 250 degrees. 4 1/2 lbs St Louis ribs, I cut the membrane off the back and cut the slab into 4 sections, used your rub recipe and then placed them on a rack meat side down inside of a roasting pan with foil lined on the bottom, and then covered the pan with foil. I slow roasted them at 250 degrees for about 2 hours, took them out and flipped them over and covered them with foil again and put them back into the oven for another 1 -1/2 hours. I took them back out of the oven, removed the foil completely, brushed a small amount of BBQ sauce over the top of the ribs, put them back in the over, did not cover them this time, and baked them for another 30 minutes. OMGOSH, they were so juicy, tender, and with your rub recipe, the taste was amazing! Thank you for your rub recipe!