About this recipe: 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! Look for the smoked cod in lengths. You get 2 cuts per length.
This is yummy! The sauce was really easy to make but I didn't stick to the amounts- i played it by ear. The mash is good with some parsley and black pepper in it too. I added extra deep fried thin slices of leek on top of the dish which had a lovely crispy oniony taste. It made it look like a restaurant dish. The oil I used to fry the leek in, I used for the fish as well. I thought the smoked fish would be too intense just on its own but it worked really well with the lemony sauce and the creamy mash. - 19 Apr 2010 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)
I haven't tried this yet but sounds lovely, I usually just steam the fish (remember it is cooked and only needs to be heated) in a colander over boiling water for about 10 mins. quicker and nicer than poaching and would never consider frying. We have it with mashed potatoes will add the garlic and parsley sauce will add lemon juice, also a must have is peas. Having tonight, usually have once a month. Just love this... - 15 Sep 2013 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)
I cooked it exactly to the recipe. I did wash the smoked cod and patted dry with paper towel since I was "frying the cod". Frying was watching the fish turn white on very low heat in a sprayed frying pan. I did serve with the peas of LollyLeggs and the fried leaks of Nora. I couldn't believe that something could taste so good and look so good for so little effort!!!! - 10 Aug 2014 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)