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Salt Cod in the Style of Marechiara

I prefer olives with the pits—I think they have better flavor. Adding the olives directly to the oil after the garlic has browned will gi...

by Lidia Bastianich


Salt Cod Fritters

Make these fritters when you find yourself with odds and ends of soaked and cooked salt cod. The pieces of cod have to be finely shredded...

by Daisy Martinez


Poached Salt Cod with Vegetables and Garlic Mayonna...

“Aïoli epitomizes the heat, the power, and the joy of the Provençal sun, but it has another virtue—if drives away files.” —Frédéric Mist...

by Patricia Wells


Roast Cod Nicoise

Eric: We call this niçoise because it uses a lot of the ingredients from the salade nicoise. It's very colorful and flavorful. For an ex...

by Eric Ripert and Maguy Le Coze


Cornmeal-Crusted Cod with Garlicky Tatsoi

The combination of cod, cornmeal, and tatsoi in this recipe is wonderful. A few drops of hot sauce can really pull it all together. You w...

by Jesse Ziff Cool

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Black Cod with Toasted Almond Milk

This is an atypical dish: the toasted almond milk is neither a soup nor a sauce, but a light broth infused with nuts, leeks, sweet winter...

by Becky Selengut


Salt Cod Braised with Vegetables

Here, salt cod (bacalao) is simmered with the fragrant Spanish aromas of garlic, bay, and saffron to a lovely tenderness

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner



To make this wonderful dip of smoked roe, look for tarama at Mediterranean markets.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Smoked Haddock and Herb Fishcakes

Crisp fishcakes make a tasty starter, and are a good way to use up leftover mashed potato. Good with a salad of arugula and watercress, a...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Herbed Fish Goujons

These are fish sticks for grown-ups. Good with tartar sauce and a fresh tossed salad.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


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