Made this recipe for the 2nd time tonight and my husband asked to have in the weekly rotation. It's perfection. The sauce is amazing and soaking up with a crusty piece of bread is just devine. This is a keeper! And so healthy.
I made this two years ago for my family and my dad still raves about it to this day saying it's one of the best meals he's ever had. It's so simple but the flavors really came together perfectly. Recommend anyone who enjoys fish try this recipe.
Easy and impressive. I also used halibut and it was a fine substitute.
Hands down one of the best fish dishes I have ever made! My fish people did not carry black cod do I substituted halibut and it worked perfectly. The flavors are bright and intense and the first was perfectly cooked: moist and delicate. Bread or a side of pasta are a must to soak up this heavenly sauce. This recipe is going right to the top of my stack of favorites!
I admit I had my doubts. From the look of the recipe, this was going to be fish in chicken broth. But it was so much more. I can't believe how well the flavors blended together. Because I only made if for two of us, there was a lot of extra broth. I figured I would either discard what was left or use it later. Forget that. I spooned up every drop that I didn't get with my bread. Speaking of that, serve this with bread so you can do just that. Soak up this amazing broth. I didn't try the capers as one reviewer suggested but I might next time. This is a true "peasant" fish dish. I loved it. My Sicilian grandmother would have LOVED it too.
One other thing. For two reasons, I used halibut instead of black cod. The first is that my fish guy only had frozen cod. The second is that living in the Pacific NW, we get fresh Alaskan halibut and it was outstanding. I think pretty much any think white fish would work. We love good halibut.
This dish was very flavorful. Had a mediterranean taste and a pretty presentation. Served it in a pasta dish. Would be good served over rice for a little more body. I thought the calories seemed too high so entered it in one of the calorie count sites and it came out under 300.
Very simple, very good. Reminiscent of a basic fish stew. I used fresh halibut because black cod was unavailable and I also threw in a few capers.My husband who is always very picky about fish was very impressed and gave this the 5 star!
I made it during the weekend for some friends. It is absolutely delicious and very easy to prepare. My friends said it was one of the best dishes they had had. We ate the leftovers last night, and they were even better.