No ImageBaked Lingcod with Lemon-Garlic Butter Sauce

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  1. KP

    Wow! I made this tonight for dinner for my family and they all LOVED it! I was concerned too about the amount of butter. I followed the recipe to a T and it was perfect in every way!!

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  2. Edith

    We got some ling cod in our Alaskan seafood share. This recipe was a great way to prepare it. I used chicken stock instead of clam juice and 1/2 and 1/2 instead of milk–no problems with curdling. I made one half of the sauce recipe since I only had 1# of fish. The dish was perfect. My husband and I ate every crumb!

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  3. Lucas

    This was absolutely fantastic. Being an avid angler myself, I constantly am searching for a recipe that would blow me away when it comes to white meat fish. This was that recipe. I just made this with the lingcod i caught a couple weeks back (flash frozen in vacuum seal bag until thawed to cook.) And it seriously has become my new favorite recipe for all white meat fish. I did not have sherry on hand, but a red wine substituted quite nicely, and the color contrast was also pleasing visually. If you want to cut the middle man out, I just used 1 -1/2 sticks of SALTED butter, it roughly equates to using 2 sticks unsalted and the 1/2 tsp salt mixed in anyway, so that’s another small change I made, but everything else was followed to a T and I’m still just in awe of how tasty this was. Two thumbs WAY UP!

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  4. kaelynn

    I want to bake this so bad lingcod is the best.

  5. Diane

    This was a huge hit when I served it at a dinner party. Used halibut as lingcod wasn’t available and it worked beautifully, as I’m sure any white fish would.

    I saw a slight curdling effect in the boiling phase, but ignored it and the sauce turned out smooth and creamy. The only changes I made were to use 1% milk and only 1 stick of butter (couldn’t bring myself to add the second), and there was plenty of sauce to cover 3 lbs of fish, serve extra on the side, and even have a little left over. Delicious!!

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