Alaskan Cod, Mediterranean Style
Wild-Caught Cod, Cherry Tomatoes, Kalamata Olives
Artichoke Hearts, Onion, Lemon
White Wine, Olive Oil, Oregano
Sitting in a waiting room, flipping through Martha Stewart Living, I came across a recipe for a one-skillet fish dinner. I didn’t have time to read the recipe, but I quickly took a photo of the description with my camera phone. This dish is my interpretation of that description.
And it just so happens that my friends over at Food Network are featuring “frozen treats” this week. Being a savory kind of gal, I am not really drawn to sweet icy desserts, but this dish, made by cooking frozen Wild-Caught Alaskan Cod is included in the event, because hey, it was frozen, and it is most definitely a treat! Try it with fluffy white rice or crusty French bread for sopping up the juices.
Alaskan Cod, Mediterranean Style Recipe
- 1 1/2 lbs. boneless, skinless wild caught Alaskan cod
- 1 lb. cherry tomatoes
- 2 – 14 oz. cans artichoke hearts, rinsed and squeezed dry
- 12 oz. jar pitted Kalamata olives, rinsed and drained
- 1/2 jar capers, rinsed and drained (about 2 oz. dry weight)
- 1/2 large white onion, sliced
- 2 t. dried oregano
- 1 lemon, sliced into wheels, sans seeds
- 1 c. dry white wine
- 1/3 c. fruity olive oil
- salt and pepper
Note: I purchased all the ingredients for this recipe at Trader Joe’s.
Rinse frozen cod under cold running water. Place on a plate to semi-defrost while preparing the other ingredients.
In a large skillet, scatter tomatoes, artichokes, olives, capers and onion. Season with salt and pepper, sprinkle with oregano.
Place fish atop the vegetable mixture.
Season the fish with salt and pepper.
Pour wine into the pan. Drizzle olive oil over the fish.
Top the fish with lemon wheels.
Cook on stove-top, covered, over high heat until the juices start to bubble. Reduce heat, cover and continue to cook until the fish is cooked through, about 20 minutes.
Optionally, put the skillet under the broiler briefly to get a nice brown finish on the dish…
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16 thoughts on “Alaskan Cod, Mediterranean Style”
I know what I’m having for dinner tomorrow!
What a ‘luxurious’ recipe featuring a number of my favourite ingredients, yet not costing an arm and a leg and looking like a million dollars! Don’t think I can get ‘Alaskan cod’ south of Sydney, Down Under, but do get the idea of the kind of fish you have used and shall copy! Oh, AND, ‘wild-caught’ so speaks my language 🙂 !!
This was just lovely, I had it for dinner tonight!
Hi Rande – thanks so much for taking the time to let me know. It is especially nice to hear when someone enjoys my recipes.
So glad you liked this cod this, I make it quite often now too. I keep cod in my freezer…
made this for dinner last night….beautiful presentation, wonderful blend of flavor, could not have been better! Thank you so much!! Will definitely make again.
Hi Ann – thank you so much for taking the time to let me know that you enjoyed my dish! That makes my day.
hi! I love the look of this recipe. However as much as I want to love olives, I simply do not. And my family won’t eat them either. It must be some gene that we’ve been sadly been given that does not like allow us to enjoy them. How strong is the flavor of the olives in the recipe? Do you think it would be good without the olives?
Hi Rachel – you can just leave out the olives, there are plenty of other flavors in the Alaskan Cod, Mediterranean Style dish. I’m sure your family will love it!
This is my go to meal for special guest and special occasions. Very tasty, easy to make, great presentation. Thanks so much for sharing.
Hi Norma – So glad you like it. Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know. You made my day.