Mediterranean Baked Lingcod/Cabezon with Lemon and Garlic
This baked lingcod recipe from The Mediterranean Dish takes on a bit of a Greek twist. Fresh lingcod (or cabezon) is lightly coated with a spiced flour mixture with coriander, paprika, and cumin. Quickly seared, then baked with lemon juice, Greek olive oil, and lots of minced garlic, this delicious weeknight dinner is ready in just 15 minutes!
In this blissfully easy weeknight dinner, cabezon and shallots are braised in butter and wine, then topped with an herbed, garlicky yogurt sauce. It’s fast, flavorful and comforting, especially when served with mashed potatoes to drink up the pan juices. You can substitute any other mild-fleshed fish for the cabezon.
Clean, healthy, economic and delicious - you can’t go wrong with this easy Thai spin on moules marinières - aka “sailor-style mussels.” Steamed mussels are paired with lemongrass, lime leaves, and basil for a tasty dish that can stand alone, or compliment a larger Thai meal.