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Old 01-07-2013, 06:24 PM   #1
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Cod with Mustard Sauce

you need 4 cod fillets about 8 oz.each sprinkle with s&p now dust with a/p flour. Melt 4 tab. of the 6 oz we need for the fish. in a large skillet. cook the fillets 2 min on each side or til done then keep warm. Pour off any butter remaining in skillet then melt the remaining butter in the skillet add small chopped shallot and saute 1 min. add 1/2 cup vermouth,1-1/2 ta. capers and 2 Teas.Dijon cook rapidly scraping up browned bits now add 1/2 cup creamstir occasionally til sauce thickens spoon sauce over fish and serve right away.
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:09 PM   #2
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That sounds amazing Ma
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Would try! Flavors sound good together.
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you need 4 cod fillets about 8 oz.each sprinkle with s&p now dust with a/p flour. Melt 4 tab. of the 6 oz we need for the fish. in a large skillet
I'm with you most of the way but I'm confused here. What?
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:35 AM   #5
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Would try! Flavors sound good together.
great give it a try bet you like it.

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I'm with you most of the way but I'm confused here. What?
you have 6
Tab of butter start by using 4 Tab. cook fish browinng both sides then remove from pam I just use a double thickness of paper towels to clean out the skillet then I add the rest of the butterthe shallot and vermouth,capers, rest of ingredients cream etc to scrape up the brown bits. then pour the thickened sauce over the fish.Did this help? Hope so I don't know how to help you more.
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This sounds brilliant, Ma...I wonder how it would do with Salmon...
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:12 AM   #7
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This sounds brilliant, Ma...I wonder how it would do with Salmon...
I bet it would be great.
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