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This Glazed Miso Cod, using a few easy to find Japanese cuisine ingredients, brings home the mouthwatering taste of a Japanese restaurant favorite.
This five-ingredient dish starring miso, mirin and brown sugar is easy to make and the flavours of the marinade works wonderfully well with the rich and creamy texture of the cod fish.
The cod is almost melt in your mouth and so delicious - it's definitely more cost effective to make this at home than to eat this at the restaurant.
Miso Glazed Cod (Serves 6)Recipe from Food Network
- 6 (6-ounce/170 g per piece) black cod fillets, or regular cod fillets
- 1/3 cup low-sodium blond or white miso
- 1/4 cup dark brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
- 2 tablespoons mirin (Japanese cooking wine)
- Toasted sesame seeds and scallions, for garnish, optional
- Preheat broiler.
- Rinse fish fillets and pat dry with paper towels.
- Combine miso, brown sugar, sesame oil and mirin and stir well until brown sugar is fully dissolved.
- Brush about 2 tablespoons miso glaze on each fish fillet. Marinate for at least 30 minutes, or up to 1 hour.
- Place fish under broiler for 3 to 4 minutes, or until top is slightly charred and glaze has caramelized. Remove fish from oven and brush with remaining glaze.
- Lower oven to 375 degrees F/190 degrees C. Cook an additional 5 to 6 minutes, until fish is flaky but not overcooked.
- If desired, serve with toasted sesame seeds and scallions.
I'm submitting this post to Asian Food Fest #1 Oct 2013 : Japan hosted by Alan from Travelling-Foodies.
So interesting! I like the way you have cooked this!ReplyDelete
i love cod and i love your dish especially!ReplyDelete
oh we had fish for dinner tonight, but was only baked salmon fish, hehe. i never bought cod myself, most of the time, it was given by my mother-in-law. it's nearly the end of Oct & so excited to see so many entries for this month's LTU.ReplyDelete
Mich, my family love to eat cod fish, whether is steamed or grilled. But in Melbourne we hardly find cod fish. Yours cooking always tempting me to try :PReplyDelete
Usually I steam cod fish with miso but never bake it, next time I can try this out.ReplyDelete
Yummy miso glazed cod! So tempting too :)ReplyDelete
We just had cod on Friday, Mich and although it baked up really good, I wish I would have seen your creation first. There was so much left I may even make some codfish cakes out of the leftovers. I better save this recipe for next time though. Marion and I are sure to love these flavors.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing...
A wonderful recipe. I love jap food. Very simple yet delish!ReplyDelete
Wow! It looks so delicious. Yummy!ReplyDelete
I love cod fish too and I must try to bake it next time. Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
It looks delicious. Yummy!ReplyDelete
this look absolutely delicious!!!ReplyDelete
That look really delicious! I have been busy procrastinating cooking with soya beans that I have ran out of time!ReplyDelete
Looks absolutely delicious!! need to try that miso glaze!!ReplyDelete
Wow, this cod looks delicious, so moist and tender.ReplyDelete
So tender and succulent! I love simple to prepare recipes like this.ReplyDelete
You have "made" cod looking so pretty with the miso glaze, sesame seeds and scallions! Nice that your work of art is also delicious too :D
This looks delicious! We seldom cook cod at home, they are extremely expensive!
I love cod fish too and this looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
Super unique!! I sooooooooooo love the new ingredients that you bring.ReplyDelete
Love miso cod fish, though it's hard to get fresh (good quality) cod fish here unless we pay a premium.ReplyDelete
making this with salmon right now, looking greatReplyDelete
This sounds so good. Ideal week night meal.ReplyDelete
looks delicious! yeah..eating cods in restaurants will hurt my pockets :DReplyDelete
I don't eat a lot of fish but this is tempting even me. Looks lovely.ReplyDelete
My kids love fish. You made your fish looks so inviting.
Baking it will be so much easier, must try your way of cooking next time.
It's been quiet sometime since I had my last cod :P This miso glazed cod looks very tempting and I'm sure really delicious !ReplyDelete
Wow, nice touch of the fillet. I bet it tasty good with some Japanese rice. Slurpppp.....ReplyDelete
As I get older, simple food like this makes me happy. I just need steamed rice and miso soup with lots of veggies and this miso cod... totally satisfying! (but wait, I still want to make that chicken! lol).ReplyDelete