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cod fillets

Dr DrewDr Drew Posts: 11
edited 11:27PM in EggHead Forum
I want to try cod on the egg. Any ideas how to do it? I have some cedar planks if you think that would help.

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,399
    Howdy Dr.
    Cod is really tough to grill direct because it flakes so easily, but it can benefit from some browning. You could cook it on a plank, but I think it'd be pretty mushy, and absolutely no browning. If you have a thick filet that is holding together pretty good, you could do it on a grill topper, but thinking a big cast iron pan would be best. Hot and fast. Flip early, flip gently.

    Just some idears. I love grilling fish right over a hot fire, but a firmer flesh works better (ie: halibut, tuna, mahi mahi, etc)

    Sure you'll get some good ideas. There's an amazing pool of knowledge on this forum.
    Happy cookin
    Chris
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  • Dr DrewDr Drew Posts: 11
    So I can put a cast iron skillet in the egg? Do I need to preheat it?
  • Cod is one of my favorite fish but like NB said, it can be difficult to grill. I have a very simple way and it works for me. I put the Cod fillet on a piece of heavy foil. drizzel with evoo, salt, pepper, and a light spinke of dill. cook until flakey, no need to flip. If you want a dryer fish, just poke some holes in the foil so the liquid can drain. I don't add any smoking wood, seems the charcoal adds enough for me.
    Good luck
    Rick ;)
  • Yes and yes. ;)
  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,980
    Dr Drew,

    Chris is right about the texture. If you have some parchment you can do it en papillote.

    Steve

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

  • loco_engrloco_engr Posts: 3,673
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