"Cod fillets are coated with seasoned crushed pretzels, cooked until golden brown and served with an apricot-dijon mustard sauce in this quick and tasty preparation." — SMUCKER'S®
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Pretzel Crusted Cod:
light salad dressing
small twist pretzels
4 (4 ounce)
Crisco® Puritan Canola Oil with Omega-3 DHA
Apricot Dijon Sauce:
Smucker's® Apricot Low Sugar Preserves
fat free half-and-half
minced flat-leaf parsley, if desired
Was good. Sauce is a little sweet, I poured over the fish and it was too much would be fine on the side. I will make again just put the sauce in a dippingbowlon the side.
Weird flavor! Mushy. Not my favorite.
Wow my Husband Loved this. I didn't have apricot spread so I used Pineapple it worked really well!!!
I used mayo, 10% cream (meant for coffee) and skipped the parsley. Baked in the oven about 5-10 minutes. Sauce was good, needed a tad bit more mustard and the fish itself was okay, but the breading didn't really stick. It was good, but leftovers were soggy of course.
Very good flavor. My only negative for this recipe is most of the crumbs fell off. I am thinking I left them a bit too coarse. Defiantly worthy of another try!
Im not much of a fish eater, but this reciepe turned out to be excellent.
I used tilapia and it was great!
I love the sweet and salty combo!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pretzel Crusted Cod with Apricot Dijon Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 162
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