Almond-topped Baked Cod

By Susie624

  • 1 lb pacific cod fillet, raw, cut into 4 pieces

  • 2 tablespoons fresh dill weed (or 1 tsp dried.)

  • 4 tsp margarine, melted

  • 4 tsp fresh lemon juice

  • 1 tsp crushed garlic

  • 2 tbsp sliced almonds, toasted.

  1. (1)preheat oven to 425 degrees F.(2)spray nonstick cooking spray into a baking dish and arrange fish in a single layer.(3)in a small bowl,mix the dill,margarine,lemon juice,and garlic and pour over the fish.bake until fish flakes easily with a fork,about 10 minutes.serve topped with almonds.(additional information)toast nuts in a panover high heat or bake at 450 degrees F.until golden about 2 minutes,careful not to let them burn.

Nutritional Facts

makes 4 servings
amount per serving
total carbs
dietary fiber 0.1g
sugars o.2g
total fat 5g sat.fat 0.8g unsat.fat 4.2g
potassium 541.8mg
protein 23.7g
sodium 128.5mg
dietary exchanges 1 fat
3 very lean meat.

dinner almonds dill cod fish fish and seafood carbs under 45g carbs under 30g ultra-low-carb baked

9 replies

shoe 2010-12-24 16:11:33 -0600 Report

I agree with you Joanne I would certainly use Butter, dont touch that other stuff.

shoe 2010-12-24 16:09:23 -0600 Report

Recipe sounds delicious, can hardly wait to try it with Pacific Salmon.


joanne denison
joanne denison 2010-12-22 20:24:24 -0600 Report

yeah, cod's kind of a junky fish. i'm not a huge lover of it. tilapia is a better fish. patagonian tootfish (sea bass) even better! this is a basic, mild fish recipe so should work with everything. i love dill, garlic and toasted almonds on fish. oh, and skip the margarine. you KNOW how they make that stuff. use real butter for yum and yum and more nutrition. butter got maligned because giant corp agra smeared dairy. go figure, but butter wins hands down for more taste and nutrition, and its a big myth that it raises your cholosterol. you make 50% of your cholosterol.

spiritwalker 2010-01-18 20:31:27 -0600 Report

I love fish. I have a question Susie. Have you
made this with other types of fish? At present
I have haddock,salmon and perch in the freezer but no cod.