Fitness Friday: How I Make My Salted Cod Fish


            Hello Everyone! I know I am not the best cook in the world, but I know among the things that I enjoy doing are cooking, reading, and writing. Maybe not in that order, but you get the point. I had fun making one of my favorite Haitian dishes a few days ago, and it is my pleasure to share the recipe with you. Dried Salted Cod Fish is very popular in our country. We cook it like we cook any other fish, but we don't let it marinade for a long time like we do with fresh fish. I love to eat it with rice and peas for dinner, but since I made it for lunch, I went for something lighter. It only takes a few minutes to get this meal ready and it is delicious.


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 You will need:

Salted Cod Fish 
Fresh Parsley 
2 Tbsps tomato paste
1 tsp Seasoning powder of your choice ( Goya seasoning is fine)
1 Tsp pure olive oil
2 cups water
1/2 Medium onion (sliced)
1 pinch Cayenne Pepper

Directions:

        Soaking your fish in plain water overnight is recommended to get rid of some of the salt. Rinse your fish the next day. Add some lime juice, plus Cayenne pepper and seasoning powder. The lime juice gets rid of the fish smell and adds flavor. On medium heat, add oil, tomato paste, and 1/2 cup water in a frying or sauce pan to dissolve the paste. Add the remaining water to the pan. Let it boil for a few minutes before adding the fish to the gravy. Add the onion slices after the fish is fully cooked. I ate my fish with cooked green bananas, but sweet potatoes are wonderful choices, too. 



From my kitchen to yours, Bon Appetit!

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24 comments:

  1. Cool post, Nerline! I love trying food of other countries :) I'm very curious about this. Maybe I'll try it some day :) Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    xx

    isa | http://stoerensexy.blogspot.be

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  2. It looks delicious and easy to do love fish giving this a try. Have an awesome weekend doll.
    http://tifi11.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh this Looks sooo delicious. I'm literally dying for this.

    xx Lori
    http://fabeau-trends.blogspot.de

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  4. This looks yummy and healthy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
    effortlesslady.blogspot.ca

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  5. Looks delicious and I love cooked green bananas!

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  6. You know Nerline, Im sure you are a great cook, I never har Haitian dishes but this one looks very appetizing and it turned out very nice! Lol for the quote!:) Happy weekend! xo

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  7. Cooking good! We cook up our cod fish with onions and eat it with ackee - Jamaica's national Dish and I love codfish.

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  8. Try it when you get a chance, Lilli. I am sure you will love it. The quote is so funny, I had to share.

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  9. Fish is indeed a healthy choice; yummy recipe Nerline and as for that punctuation quote? Very hilarious.

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  10. I'm sure you're a great cook and is that banana for real? or plantain? Hehe... Thanks for sharing this recipe hun. :)


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  11. I am absolutely sure you are a way better cook than I am ;-) Even cooking my family and my dog, if I had one, wouldn't inspire me, although it may be worth a try.......That looks delicious Nerline. Yummy!
    Happy Weekend darling
    kisses
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  12. That is one whole healthy maeal.

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