Asian Cod with Sticky Rice and Broccoli

This is a really good way to prepare cod for something different than the common broiled cod.

Cut 2 pounds of cod into fillets and place them in a baking pan.

In a small bowl, mix 6 T. honey, 6 T. soy sauce, 6 T. rice vinegar, 2 T. fresh lemon juice, 4 tsp. sesame oil and 2 tsp. grated fresh ginger. Whisk this together and pour over the fish. Let the fish marinate in this for about 30 minutes in the refrigerator.

After 30 minutes, remove the fish and reserve the marinate. In a non stick skillet, cook the fish on both sides until browned and cooked through.

Cook the marinate over medium high heat until it thickens.

The cooked fish.

I steamed some broccoli and made some sticky rice. Serve the fish over the rice and drizzle it with the sauce.

Sprinkle it with sliced green onions. This is easy, fast and delicious!


laurie said…
wow this looks so darn good!!!yum!!!I thought it was salmon at first,
Pricilla said…
It looks quite yummy
Nellie said…
Cod is a favorite here! Thank you for this new twist!
Open the kitchen door, rain or not, I'll be right there. My does this look wonderful. I'll be cooking this before the weekend is over. Heavenly!
I love fish and I think I've eaten fish almost every work day for three weeks now :-) I'll try this one day!

Have a great day!
Glad you had a wonderful break from the snow and cold. Just printed the salad recipe. Looks wonderful. Thanks!
tarabu said…
. . . . and now I know what I am making for dinner!
Guillaume said…
Oh I love fish, and cod and this really looks delicious, like a healthy fish and chips without the chips.
this looks delicious - making this for sure.
I LOVE fish. will have to give this a go. Sounds delish.
Ina in Alaska said…

You are welcome to move into my house any time! We are always hungry here!
Barb said…
That looks so good. Our market has cod on sale fairly often. I'll be keeping this recipe!
injoyinmylife said…
Oh my gosh, you're killing me here! Do you have a cookbook out? You are one fantastic cook. Again, I sure wish you were my neighbor. I know that I could follow your directions to a t and I still couldn't make it look that good. I love your blog.
SharleneT said…
Excooose me, (elbowing Beverly out of the way!), I think I'm hungrier than she is and should have the first piece.... what a great way to fix the fix, any flaky fish for that matter. Thanks for sharing. Come visit when you can.
Marigold said…
We tried this for dinner this evening. It was totally fabulous! Thank you!
Jessika Laya said…
OMG! Thanks for sharing this recipe! I just made it and it's fantastic! Thanks a lot! :) :)