Cod wrapped in parma ham
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Cod wrapped in parma ham

Recipe (dinner)

A delicious take on a “surf & turf” recipe, a piece of delicious cod wrapped in salty parma ham!

  • 1

    Take the piece of cod and two sage leaves, place them on the fish with 2 knobs of butter.

    Season with pepper. Wrap two slices of parma ham around the piece of fish and secure it with some toothpicks.

  • 2

    Peel the carrots. Cut the broccoli into smaller sizes and remove the ends and threads of the sugarsnaps. Cut the asparagus.

    Put some olive oil into a medium/hot pan. Fry the cod about 1/1,5 minutes on each side, this is just to make the ham crispy, and not to cook the fish.

  • 3

    Remove the fish from the pan and place in a baking tray. Bake for about 8-10 minutes in the oven at 120 degrees celsius.

    Meanwhile, boil the vegetables in a stock. Use seasonal
    vegetables and cook them in order of size and hardness.

  • 4

    Take the cooked veggies from the pan and melt over a knob of butter. Season with pepper and salt.

    Pile up the vegetables on a beautiful plate, and place the cod on it. Don't forget the sage-infused butter!

Ingredients

  • - olive oil

  • - 2 carrots

  • - handful of peas

  • - handful of sugarsnaps

  • - 1 broccoli

  • - 2 fillets of cod

  • - 6 slices of parma ham

  • - salt and pepper

  • - handful of fresh sage leaves

  • - 2 tbsp butter

  • 40 min
  • 2 persons