Cod, chorizo & chickpea
Cod in a smoky tomato sauce with chorizo, chickpeas & seasonal greens
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 4 days
500 calories per person
Low calorie, Carb conscious, Mediterranean, Gluten free, Soya Free, Dairy free, High in Protein, High in Fibre
Suitable for home freezing
To maximise freshness put the raw cod straight into the freezer on arrival. Defrost when needed in a couple of minutes in the microwave.
- Season cod with salt & pepper
- Heat a large frying pan with a tablespoon of oil, add chorizo & cook for 2 - 3 minutes until it releases its oils. Add cod & cook for 4 minutes on 1 side
- Turn cod over to cook on the other side, pour pot of smokey sauce over cod, put a lid on the frying pan and cook for a further 4- 5 minutes or until cod is cooked
- Add 1 tablespoon of water to seasonal greens, microwave on high for 2-3 minutes or until cooked through. Alternatively steam the vegetables over a pot of boiling water on the stovetop.
- Serve cod & sauce with vegetables.
Cod (Alaskan, Pacific ocean wild long line caught),Tomatoes, Haricot vert, Chickpeas, Tomato, Chorizo, Kale, Red bell pepper, Onion, Yellow bell pepper, Slow roast tomato paste, Carrot, Olive oil, Garlic, Smoked paprika, Agave syrup, Red chilli flakes, Basil, Oregano, Salt, Black pepper, Rosemary, Thyme
Calories 500, Fat 30g, Saturated fat 5g, Carbohydrates 21g, Protein 36g, Fibre 6g, Sodium 490mg
I really had a hard time eating the Cod, consistency was soupy. Also , chorizo with it was an odd taste. I would not order this again. I always have to add this food service is, by far, the best I have had and I have tried a lot. Most of the time we are thrilled that we found it.
I really enjoyed this flavorful dish. It took only minutes to prepare. The cod was fresh -yum- and I sautéed the fresh green beans and kale instead of microwaving. I love the rich tomatoey sauce , with chickpeas and the sautéed chorizo perfectly seasoned the sauce and cod. I served with crusty garlic bread- yum yum.
Would do again
I had just gotten back from Basque country in Spain, and I am a tried and true Puerto Rican mom. The fish portion was perfect, and the sauce was delicious. BUT, I think a bit oregano-heavy which made it more Italian forward/spaghetti sauce flavor. Maybe because I was captivated by the Basque sauce which also has piquillo or roasted peppers cooked into the sauce. I actually make Vizcaina sauce and I think G&T can come up with a Basque-like version very easily. That said, making everything from scratch is time-consuming so having the G&T dish for preparing quick meals when I am pressed for time is a luscious and restaurant-quality back up at a very reasonable price. I would suggest, however to make sure you season the fish before giving it the quick pan fry. Garlic powder in addition to the salt and pepper works well with the sauce! Fast, easy, elegant and DELICIOUS
The dish was delicious and would order again but the greens were very old , yellow to to exact , so we took them out and used our own .