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put cod fillets in a shallow baking dish cover with butter pats and a little salt and pepper
broil on high 6-8 inches for 12-15 minutes depending on fillet thickness
a little lemon and eat, simple yet awesome

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Codfish chowda

1 large onion, saute in butter till brown.

add 5 or 6 bottles of clam juice.

add 1 cup vermouth

add small amount of salt and pepper

add 3 or 4 large potatoes cubed (same quantity as fish) slow boil til real soft

add 1 large container heavy cream and 1 can condensed milk (not sweetened).

turn down heat till simmer, add cubed cod fillets.

slowley cook till cod is fully cooked.

Use a large heavy duty stock pot to prevent milk from burning and stir very often after adding cream. For extra thick chowder, when the potatos are cooked, mash a few against the pot to thicken the soup.

Freezes excellent

Balckfish is a good alternative fish.

Capt. Marc

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Put a little butter in bottom of pan, sautee several slices of onion until soft. Place fillets directly on the onions and cover with tomato sauce (don't put too much though). Sprinkle a little red pepper on the sauce, and cover with tight lid. Cook for 10 minutes and serve with a good loaf of crusty bread. MMMmmm.
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