Recipe by Maille®
"Simply season cod steaks with vegetable oil and Dijon mustard, brown them in a pan, and finish them in the oven, for a simple, foolproof fish dinner."
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thick cod steaks (or other firm white fish)
Maille® Dijon Originale mustard
finely chopped flat parsley
Really good. Seasoned the fish with a lemon pepper seasoning blend before putting in the pan to brown. The fish wanted to stick, even in a well-seasoned cast-iron skillet and didn't really 'brown', however, when the pieces looked partially cooked on the bottom, we spread them with the mustard, sprinkled on some dried parsley and put them in the oven. Great flavor, with a little crispiness on the bottom. Would definitely make again.
This was just ok for my taste buds. It was very tender and moist, but I guess I wasn't too crazy about the mustard taste.
So easy and delicious! I just baked in the oven and omitted the oil.
I wasn’t terribly sold on this recipe just as is, but I knew with a bit of tweaking it could work for me. First, I know I would have loved the pan seared crust on the fish but frankly, I was too lazy to take that extra step, I didn’t want the grease spatter on my cook top, and frankly, I didn’t want the fried fish smell in the kitchen! Second, I Iiked the idea of the Dijon mustard, but not on its own. I knew I liked fish baked with a slather of mayonnaise, so I made a mixture of mayonnaise, an all-purpose seasoning mix for fish and chicken, and the mustard. That proved to be delicious by the way! Finally, I expected this would need some color, so I gave the filets a good sprinkle of paprika before popping them into the oven for about 15 minutes. We really enjoyed it, and what I appreciated the most about it was that the mayo/Dijon topping was subtle but still added a certain “something” to the dish.
Fast and easy to prepare; absolutely delicious (not having to flip the cod in the sautee pan is a BIG plus).
This recipe needs to have more ratings! So easy and yummy. This is going in the recipe box.
This is a fantastic recipe! I used a different mustard because I couldn't find the brand listed but it turned out great! The fish was so moist and full of flavor...the mustard topping made it tangy and flavorful. Thanks for sharing!
Really easy and such a great result, do not overdo the dijon, lovely with scalloped potatoes, mashed or even rice. Try it you are sure to make this more than once..just do not tell guests how easy it is. Btw I just seasoned, added the mustard then baked for eight mins at 400. Add just a little maple syrup which moves it over the top.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fish with Maille(R) Dijon Originale Mustard
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 200
** Calories from Fat: 71
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