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Cod With Pesto Wrapped in Proscuitto

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

by Adele


Whenever Ian & I eat this meal we always say "This is better than you'd get in any restaurant" & I swear it's true! What's great is that it's really easy to prepare & cooks in one roasting tray. The flavours are very Mediterranean. My sister Nicola first cooked it for us when she stopped over, so I don't have a copy of a recipe, she just told me how to make it!

Ingredients
3 garlic cloves
2 cod fillets (skinned & boned)
Green Pesto
Prosciutto or Palma Ham (5-6 slices)
1 pack of Vine Ripened tomatoes
80g of pitted Black Olives
2-3 Mixed Chillies 
Olive oil

How to cook
1. Turn oven onto 150 degrees centigrade, pour olive oil into a roasting tin & add the garlic cloves to roast while you prepare the cod.

2. Lay out the slices of Prosciutto onto a plate, overlapping slightly.


3. Spread both cod fillets with the green pesto & lay sandwiched onto the ham (pesto in the middle).



4. Wrap the ham over the cod fillets.


5. Chop your chillies.



6. Add your wrapped cod, tomatoes, black olives & chillies to the roasting tray. Turn oven up to 200 degrees centigrade & cook for 20-25 mins. 



7. Et voila! Remove garlic from skin & mash into juices. Serve with seasonal vegetables.


 Enjoy x




19 Lovely Comments:

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

That looks amazing! It's going on the summer recipe list :)

Tamara Nicole said...

Anything wrapped in prosciutto is amazing. Looks so yummy, will have to try this:-)

Sizzle and Zoom said...

Looks delicious!

momojae said...

It looks sooooooo good!! I'm drooling!!

absolutelyfaaabulous said...

Funny cause I had cod too last night - tried it at the Bulgari hotel (in Milan) ;) Anyway, yummy yummy.. and definitely all good stuff for our little pre-bikini dieting!! Thanks for taking the time to show us!

absolutelyfaaabulous said...

Sorry, one more thing: every time I go to your blog, I am amazed by your banner.. it is so original and pretty.. I am loosing myself each time a little bit in these amazing clouds. xx

Erin said...

OH YUM, Adele-I want to come eat at your house! You are always cooking up something amazing!

xx

Erin @ http://www.trufflesnruffles.com/

letizia said...

I love mediterrean food! Don't like garlic but the rest looks delicious!!

Annette Krubner said...

it looks great.)
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FashionJazz said...

This looks so yummy!! Happy Wednesday xx

Fashion Cappuccino said...

Wow, this looks so amazing! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! I can't wait to try it! Thank you so much for your wonderful comment regarding my work situation! I really appreciate it and it gives me strength to find something better! xoxoxoo

tiny dancer said...

Yummers! Looks like you two are professional chefs! Def going to try this one :D

Thanks for stopping by again Adele :) xxo
Tasia
http://rufflesandsequins.blogspot.com

Clio said...

looks delicious! I might even try it out :)

CGG said...

mmmmmmm looks so tasty!!! Now I want to cook it!!! thanks a lot for your comment honey!!!

xoxo

CGG

It-Blogirls said...

thank you so much for sharing! seems great!

Neris said...

OMG Adele! This looks divine! I'm totally making this for my boyfriend over the weekend! I'll let you know how it turned out :)

xxx,

Fashion Fractions

Sher said...

oh how yummy!

thanks so much for following:)

xx

Sally from Sorelle In Style said...

this looks absolutely delish! i'm the fish lover in my fam-definitely must make this soon!

thanks for the comment, hun! love your blog!

xox,
s


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Yelena Starikova said...

MMmmm...DElish and looks really healthy!!

Im your new follower!

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