Large cod are - sadly - in very short supply these days (although the situation is improving), but they have jolly fine cheeks. These beautiful scampi-esque pieces of meat cook in a trice and are a great bitesize treat! How to cook cod cheeks? Well, we've always enjoyed pan-frying them. 100-200g per person is a suitable serving. We've done our best to remove any membrane from the cheeks but some small pieces left. Searching for a recipe? Look no further try this recipe sent into us by a customer - Pimenton Cod Cheeks With Mash.
Featured customer reviews
" loved these, first try of them. Really meaty and chunky nuggets of fish. Would recommend"
"Always lovely, try these for lunch with rice. Just lovely."
"Lovely, I messed up the panko breadcrumbs but the fish was amazing "
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