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Tomato Braised Cod Fillets

Tomato Braised Cod Fillets

I'll admit that Cod isn't part of our regular meal rotation.  I suspect because prices for fresh Cod have been to high for it to hit my radar.  But this month, our local grocery has it for $6.99 a pound.  Ummmmm . . . hello Cod, nice to meet you.

If you aren't familiar, it is a firm white fish that produces large flakes when cooked.  It doesn't get mushy, instead it stays firm.  This makes it a great choice for fish sandwiches.  Which you may see soon!

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The first time I purchased it, I wasn't sure how to prepare so I tried what felt like a "safe" preparation . . . I sprinkled it with some Greek Freak and braised in a tomato sauce with some wilted spinach.  Now that I've prepared it a few times and perfected the recipe, I have to share.  This is such a quick dish that it will not be part of our weeknight meal rotation!  As an added bonus, this dish is very low in fat and calories.

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Let's go back to the Greek Freak seasoning . . . do you know about this stuff?  It's a Mediterranean seasoning blend that I first discovered while visiting a spice shop in Charleston, SC.  This is magic in a jar . . . I have yet to find something that doesn't taste fantastic with a sprinkle.  I was so sad to run out and then my son gifted me some for Mother's Day.  I was so confused at first.  Did he go to Charleston just to get this for me?  HA!  They carry it on Amazon (affiliate link - learn more here). . . perfect.  

Try the seasoning, try the fish and let me know what you think . . . a quick, easy, weeknight meal!

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