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Cod fillet with aromatic cucumber sauce
(a "light" recipe)

Cod fillet with aromatic cucumber sauce

Cod is one of those fish that lend themselves to many preparations, including those LIGHT.

This time I propose it accompanied by a sauce, a little unusual in my kitchen, characterized by the presence of cucumber;
what I usually use in the kitchen, sliced ​​in my salads.

The cod, instead, seasoned briefly and then just floured, is browned quickly, over high heat, in a pan;
clearly with just an idea of ​​oil.

And now, starting as always from the ingredients, let's start cooking!

Ingredients, per serving:

Cod fillet

g.

100

vinegar

q.s.

medium potatoes

pc.

3

sale

q.s.

onion

pc.

1

salad cucumber

pc.

½

granulated vegetable broth

ts.

1

dried dill

ts.

1

greek yogurt

ts.

2

freshly ground black pepper

q.s.

lemon

pc.

1

wholemeal flour (maizena)

ts.

½

extra virgin olive oil

ts.

1

fresh aromas (dill, parsley)

q.s.

to serve:

hot dish

Preparation:

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Rinse the cod and season with the vinegar. If you use frozen fillets, thaw them well.

Meanwhile, boil the potatoes in salted water, peel them and keep aside, warm.

Slice the spring onion in slices; cut the cucumber for the long, then with one dig remove the seeds and keep them aside
(they will also serve them, with the pulp that accompanies them, for the sauce).

Cut the cucumber again for the long and then thick slices and keep aside.

Put the granulated broth in a small spoon in a spoonful of water, mix it with the spring onions and the cucumber seeds and mix and bring to a boil.

Now add the cucumber slices and the dill, immediately lower the heat and cook gently for a few minutes, just enough to evaporate most of the liquid.

Complete immediately, off the heat, with yogurt, pepper and season with lemon juice.

Season the cod, drained from the vinegar and carefully dried (eg with kitchen paper) with salt and pepper and then flour it.
Carefully scroll, possibly using a sieve, all the excess flour:
it must really be a dusting!

Heat the oil in a non-stick pan (one teaspoon per serving) over high heat and brown the fish for a couple of minutes per side.

Serve on a heated plate accompanied by boiled potatoes and cucumber aromatic sauce;
all sprinkled with freshly chopped dill and parsley.

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Bon appetit!

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