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20 Minute Meal: Pan-Seared Curried Cod

Last week, I released my eBook, 20 Minute Meals: Giving Weary Chefs Grace While Keeping Families Healthy.

This week, as part of a 5 Days of Mothering and Homemaking Series, I thought it would be fun to share with you five more of my favorite 20 Minute Meals! Each day this week, I will be sharing with you great summertime meals that will only take you 20 minutes to prepare.

First up, Pan-Seared Curried Cod!

 

Be sure to check out the other bloggers taking part of this 5 Days of Mothering and Homemaking Series!

What are some of your favorite easy summertime dishes?

This post is linked to The Better Mom, Monday Mania, Mangia Monday, Make Your Own Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Women Living Well, Healthy 2day Wednesday, Pennywise Platter, Your Green Resource, Full Plate Thursday, and Living Well.

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20 Comments

  1. Ahhh, I wish my husband liked curry! This sounds amazing! I love how quickly fish cooks up, and how easy it is, too. Great recipe.

    1. You could probably do this with another seasoning like Cajun seasoning or a blend of cumin and chili powder. Does he like any of those things? This is one of our favorite dishes!

  2. sounds delicious! i plan to try to incorporate more fish into our diet, since we’re living in southeast asia – this sounds like a great one to try.

    you didn’t mention when to add the soy sauce, ginger, onion, & chili powder in the instructions – am i correct in assuming they go with the curry before adding them to the pan, or would you add them later in the cooking process? it probably doesn’t make a big difference but i thought i’d ask!

      1. You can do just about anything with the sauce. If you have a few extra minutes, you can put the cod in the mix, cover it and set it aside for a bit to let it marinate. OR you can just add it to the pan when you add the cod. Either works! Just let the cod soak in all the liquidy goodness as long as you can ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Good catch! That’s what I get for writing posts late at night ๐Ÿ˜‰ You can do just about anything with the sauce. If you have a few extra minutes, you can put the cod in the mix, cover it and set it aside for a bit to let it marinate. OR you can just add it to the pan when you add the cod. Either works! Just let the cod soak in all the liquidy goodness as long as you can ๐Ÿ™‚