i wasn’t sure if we should like this casserole but it is actually so good. Really quick & very retro …
I like to buy the frozen cod fillets from Costco & try different recipes. One I really like is
This recipe is from The spruce Eats.. I really like the recipes on this site that I have tried. You could check it out too!
You need some cod fillets… frozen spinach… I keep a bag in my freezer always… & a can of Campbells Mushroom soup which I always have in the pantry.
Here is the recipe, the only change i made was using twice the amount of spinach
4 cups of frozen spinach
4 cod fillets, if frozen defrost them in cold water or in the fridge
salt & pepper
1 can of Cream of Mushroom Soup… I used Cambells
1 cup of Panko bread crumbs,, if you don’t have Panko crumbs use regular bread crumbs if you have…even corn flake crumbs would be really tasty! You can make crumbs from any crackers too if you do not have bread crumbs
2 tbsp melted butter
Preheat oven to 375f
grease a baking dish big enough o hold the fish with just a bit of room between the pieces, then recipe says to use a 2 quart casserole dish… a 9 x 11 baking dish should work for 4 pieces of fish
- If the spinach is frozen you can defrost it in the fridge if you think about this well in advance but I did not, So take your frozen spinach & cook it according the instructions on the pkg… the put the spinach into a colander & squeeze as much of the moisture out as you can
- Spread the drained spinach evenly in the bottom of the greased baking dish
- Put the defrosted pieces of cod over top of the spinach
- Season the fish with salt & pepper
- Spread the can of soup evenly over the fish
- Now, mix the bread crumbs well with the butter so that all of the crumbs are coated
- Sprinkle the crumbs evenly over the sou
- Bake in the pre-heated oven for about 30 minutes until the fish is throughly cooked…you can check to se that it flakes easily … if you use defrosted frozen cod fillets, use the package for reference on how to cook the fish
I served this with a lovely baked potatoes… yum!