Baked Cod with Mushrooms and Kale

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This is a rather simple and delicious low-carb, low-calorie recipe that I found here. Cod fillets baked with a combination of mushrooms, kale, spring onions and cooking cream. It also works well with many types of fish. Pollock and tilapia make perfect substitutes.

  • 400 g Mushrooms
  • 3-4 stalk Spring onions
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 150 g Kale, chopped
  • 100 ml 15% Cooking cream or milk
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 600 g Cod fillets
  • Juice of 1 small lemon
  • 1 tbsp Cornstarch
  1. Clean, trim and thinly slice the mushrooms. Cut the spring onions into rings, reserve 2 tablespoons of green rings for garnishing. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.
  2. Heat the oil in a large skillet. Add in the remaining chopped spring onions. Cook briefly. Add in sliced mushrooms and cook for 2-3 minutes. Add in chopped kale and cooking cream, cooking until everything is heated through. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer to a baking form.
  3. Rinse and pat the cod fillets dry with a paper towel. Sprinkle with lemon juice and coat with cornstarch seasoned with salt an pepper. Place them on the top of vegetables and bake in the middle of hot oven for about 20 minutes. Remove and garnish with reserved spring onions.

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67 comments:

faithy 2/4/15 08:26

Looks healthy and also delicious!

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Emma | Fork and Good 2/4/15 10:44

Great recipe Angie, simple but easy - going to try this with some green beans for my dinner tonight.

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 2/4/15 13:07

We eat fish a lot of fish and this is so colorful and healthy. A must try.
Sam

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Joanne 2/4/15 13:36

This is a perfect spring dish! So light and healthy.

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Barbara 2/4/15 13:53

What a super meal, Angie. Pretty, flavorful and so easy to make.

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Dawn Yucuis 2/4/15 14:02

I love to eat fish. This looks delicious, perfect for spring.

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Monica 2/4/15 15:13

I love cod and cook it at home whenever I can get the timing right to head to the store for some. It sounds great with the mushrooms and kale. It's light yet satisfying - can't get better than that.

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Tricia Buice 2/4/15 15:26

This looks perfectly cooked - so flaky and light. I adore Cod and love the simplicity of this dish. What a great satisfying meal! Have a wonderful weekend Angie.

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Pam 2/4/15 16:17

What a great combination! I love kale and mushrooms together and I am sure they tasted great with the cod.

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grace 2/4/15 16:23

i really like the idea of a baked fish--it seems like all too often, it's fried within an inch of its life. very nice preparation!

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Kelsey 2/4/15 18:37

Never thought of pairing it with kale before but i will have to give it a try! Sounds great!

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Alida 2/4/15 19:13

I love Kale and I had it only recently for the first time. I love it with fish! Great light recipe Angie!

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 2/4/15 19:47

Mmmm! I could use black cod for this deliciousness! :)

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 2/4/15 20:45

Angie - I love black cod - it's such a delicious fish! So forgiving to cook to as it has a good amount of fat content. What a delicious dinner!

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Kelly 2/4/15 21:04

This looks so flavorful and fresh! I love cod and am always looking for ways to make it!

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Shashi Charles 2/4/15 21:26

I love simple recipes - this sounds delicious and would be perfect for a weeknight dinner - thanks Angie!

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Sharon D 3/4/15 03:18

Oh my, this looks gorgeous, Angie! ^.^

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Medeja 3/4/15 04:44

Yummy! Healthy fish dish :)

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Jasna Varcakovic 3/4/15 05:44

Sounds delish Angie; With help of wine and this recipe, any fish should 'swim' well.

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Nammi 3/4/15 06:04

yumm... we dont get cod over here , maybe I can try with snapper or sword fish?

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Tania@ MyKitchen Stories 3/4/15 14:31

This looks so delicious. I wish I could eat it now,

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Ann Low 3/4/15 15:39

Love this kind of dish. Fuss free and delicious!

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Cathleen 3/4/15 17:05

This looks SO good! I love dishes with kale :)

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Sokehah Cheah 3/4/15 17:26

The cod fish looks delicious but it's very expensive here.

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Susan 3/4/15 17:41

So healthy! Love the combination (except I don't eat fish, but kale and mushrooms look delicious! XOXO

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Amy 3/4/15 18:35

Lovely dish! I love cod and never thought of adding kale. Love this flavor combination. :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 3/4/15 23:26

This sounds wonderful, Angie! I know wild cod is so healthy and love having a new way to prepare it.

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Marcela 4/4/15 01:17

OMG. This cod looks delicious! I love this dish! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe, Angie!

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Yelena Strokin 4/4/15 02:05

Wonderful combination of ingredients. Happy spring holidays!!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 4/4/15 15:36

What a healthy, easy dish. I love the fact that you mixed the fish with kale which is one of my favorite veggies. Delish!

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kitchen flavours 4/4/15 16:35

Such a delicious dish! Using kale is such an interesting combination! Yum!

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Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 4/4/15 18:17

Simple, delish fish, low carb, low cal - I love it already, Angie! Hope you are have a delicious and healthy weekend.

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fimère .b 4/4/15 22:29

un plat appétissant et savoureux
bonne soirée

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Betty 5/4/15 05:13

Fish and greens go perfectly together- I love this combination! :) All I'd need is a nice piece of cornbread to go with it. :)

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yummylittlecooks 5/4/15 18:04

Delicious dish!! My daughter's favorites...

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Ritu Ahuja 5/4/15 18:55

Healthy and delicious dish. Great Combination. Love it :)

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Gloria Baker 5/4/15 20:03

Absolutely delicious Angie!!
Happy weekend dear!!
xo

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motherrimmy 5/4/15 23:33

I saw this earlier in the week on Pinterest and pinned it for later this week. My husband LOVES cod (that's putting it mildly), add mushrooms and he's happy.

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foodtravelandwine 6/4/15 05:02

I love this dish!....it has everything that I like......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Gingi Freeman 6/4/15 05:57

I've been on the prowl for recipes with kale! Great post!! <3 - www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Emma Ferguson 6/4/15 11:25

On the rare occasion that I eat fish this is the kind of dish that I love!

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Beth 6/4/15 12:22

This looks fantastic, Angie! I'd love to make it for my family.

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Kathy 6/4/15 13:50

Love how healthy this dish is! We eat fish every week…I’ll have to give this a try! Looks wonderful!

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All That I'm Eating 6/4/15 16:10

This is my kind of meal, plenty of veg and lovely baked fish. Perfect!

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Claudia 6/4/15 16:42

I am so doing this for Thursdays dinner. (Have the rest of the week mapped out). Love the ease and the lightness combined with good old fashioned taste. Happy Spring!

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Vicki Bensinger 6/4/15 17:39

I rarely make cod but it's so good. I don't know why I forget about it. I love that you poached it in milk and with kale. Wonderful recipe. I'm definitely going to make the recipe this week. Sounds wonderful!

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 6/4/15 18:44

This looks like a healthy and delicious recipe, Angie!

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Asha Shivakumar 6/4/15 21:18

I make fish so much, although I'm allergic to it. My family would love this, it looks so healthy too.

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tigerfish 7/4/15 00:43

I always like an easy and delicious fish dish! Hope to try it soon :)

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 7/4/15 03:16

I am so excited to try this recipe. We have been working to get more fish and seafood in our diet, but I am always at a loss on how to prepare it, and I really am not good at it. This is a recipe I can make! Pinned! And, going to see if you have any other seafood recipes we should try!

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Juliana 7/4/15 06:13

This sauce with mushrooms and kale sounds delicious with cod...which I have not had for ages...I like the creaminess of it!
Have a great week Angie :)

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Couscous & Consciousness 7/4/15 10:13

Angie, this looks like the perfect dish for this time of year in my world. Mushrooms and kale are very plentiful right now, and I love this simple preparation of fish - for me I think it would be snapper :-)

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Sue/the view from great island 7/4/15 20:19

I'm a huge cod fan, Angie, and you've inspired me with this recipe - so healthy and easy!

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Nippon Nin 7/4/15 22:31

Very nice! I need the kind of dish often...healthy, simple and low calories. Great photos!

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gardentowok 8/4/15 01:00

This would be good with any kind of fish fillet, very versatile recipe.

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Geraldine Saucier 9/4/15 10:12

A nice healthy and tasty dish. I love fish:)

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Sandra Mi 13/4/15 01:30

I'm not particularly a fan of the cod, but I like your dish together with shrooms and kale. I'll try it, but maybe use tilapia or salmon. It looks very appealing and delicious though. Awesome Clicks as always!!!

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Roz Corieri Paige 15/4/15 03:32

Thank you SO MUCH, Angie, for sharing a delicious recipe for FISH! I always try to include more fish in our routine, but seem to revert to the 'same-old....same-old' since it is not my strength in the kitchen. I love cod, and always have . . . with the cream, I know that my husband will also devour this recipe!
xo
Roz

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claudia lamascolo 17/4/15 19:04

I absolutely adore this recipe and cant wait to try it!

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Liz Berg 20/4/15 01:23

Just a few weeks ago, I got Bill to eat (and more importantly, enjoy) halibut. So now that white fish is not taboo, I'm going to have to try cod and a few others. Your baked version looks perfect.

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dedy oktavianus 14/5/15 22:57

This is suits with my freelectics diet program.....
damn delicious!!!
Dedy@Dentist CHef

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afracooking 24/5/15 20:56

I have always loved you blog - but right now I "hate it": I have had no time at all to blog the last weeks. How am I ever going to catch up with all the fabulous things you have been cooking :-)

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