Cod’s silky texture makes it a natural for this at-home “sous-vide” poaching method. Salting for an hour before marinating firms it up and makes it flaky after cooking. It’s delicious served with a potato purée flavored with the briny seasoning liquid from the poaching bag.
Make Ahead Tips
You can prepare the fish in their poaching bags up to 2 hours before cooking; refrigerate.
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With cod, olives, and mashed potatoes, three of my favorites, how can you go wrong? Easy to prepare and the finished product is moist, tender, and delicious. Sous-vide technique for those of us who don't have sous-vide appliances.
delicious and easy
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