Smoked cod can easily be bought and makes a great foundation for many recipes like soup, fishcakes, pie and Kedgeree. Tasty and easy.
A friend of mine cooked this one night and I have never been a big seafood eater but I couldn't believe how good the flavours were all together. Its something I often cook now. Its fantastic and easy! Safeway sells the smoked cod in lengths. You get 2 cuts per length
A subtly spiced rice dish, this is based on a classic kedgeree recipe but with extra vegetables to add vitamins. Serve with a side salad.
This chowder combines the sweetness of parsnips with smoked cod stock. You can use other fresh whitefish if you can't find cod.
Delicious patties of potato and smoked cod with watercress, coated in crumbs and gently fried until golden. The peppery flavour of the water cress is a perfect balance to the salty fish. You could use rocket or any bitter green instead of watercress
This is too good not to share though it is a simple recipe. Your basic scrambled eggs are enlivened with a little smoked cod. You can also use smoked salmon.
Easy fish cakes made out of smoked cod and mashed potatoes. You can use leftover mashed potatoes if you like - they will still be delicious!
This smoked cod dip is lovely on crackers or you can set it out with fresh vegetables or pita bread triangles for dipping.
The perfect set piece for a dinner party or brunch, smoked cod and potatoes topped with toasted French bread and caramelised onions.
Kedgeree, a traditional Anglo-Indian dish of rice and smoked fish, is perfect for a light supper or even for brunch or lunch. It is also tasty served at room temperature as a rice salad. Serve with seeded wholegrain bread or warm naan bread.
In this version of fish pie, leek and watercress are added to boost the vitamin value, and sliced potato and tasty cheese make an appealing topping for this hearty winter lunch.