Fresh Pan Fried Cod

26th July, 2017 / Recipes / Off

Summer is the best time to get fish locally here in the Pacific North West. I like to buy fresh cod filets from our local fish market.  I find the smaller sizes are better as they fry evenly and cook quite quickly.

Ingredients                        

Flour Coating 
1 cup coconut flour
2 tbsp. hot paprika
2 tbsp. chili powder

Mix well place aside

Rinse fish thoroughly and pat dry

Coat each filet in flour mixture.
Place aside while preparing pan.
Use a non-stick pan, coat bottom of pan with:

1 Table Spoon of Cannalife Botanicals Olive and 1/8 of a cup of regular olive oil

or

1 Tablespoon of  Cannalife Botanicals Infused Coconut Oil and 1/8 of a cup or regular coconut oil

You want there to be enough oil that fish does not stick.

**Disclaimer: The amount of Cannalife Botanicals Olive Oil used will determine dosage, please know your tolerance.

1 Teaspoon of Cannalife Botanicals Olive Oil= 20mg THC

Cannalife Botanicals Coconut Oil*

Disclaimer: The amount of Cannalife Botanicals THC Infused Coconut Oil used will determine your dosage. Please know your tolerance.Dosage: 1 Teaspoon of Cannalife Botanicals Coconut Oil= 25 mg THC

Fry each side until golden brown and place on paper towel to help dry any excess oil.
Do not over cook; fish should be just flakey but not to dry!

I like to make a homemade tarter sauce to accompany my cod

Homemade tarter sauce
Ingredients:
1/2-cup regular mayonnaise
1/4 cup finely chopped pickles
1 tbsp. finely chopped red onion
Juice of 1 fresh lemon.
(If large lemon uses caution. Only enough juice for flavor.  You do not want tartar runny)
1 tbsp keeps dry mustard.
Pepper to taste.

Mix thoroughly and let sit. I like to make the tarter the night before to let the flavor really meld.

Enjoy!

Dish by Trich

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