Despite the ease of preparation—the fish, sauce, and side dish all cook in one skillet—this is a restaurant-worthy dinner. Serve it with good crusty bread to mop up the sauce.
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This was a really easy meal to prepare and big on flavor. Like ndchef, I added more olives and artichokes, plus some clam juice for more fish flavor. I will surely make this again.
This was a tasty and easy way to make cod taste good. I did add a little extra olives and artichokes, because we love them, and wish I had also added extra/doubled the tomatoes. There just wasn't enough sauce. Pancetta makes it!
Wow, this is really a flavorful and delicious recipe that comes together quickly. I made it with bacon instead of pancetta and served it over short grain brown rice. Add a tossed green salad and it's worthy of company. Will definitely add this to my rotation.
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