Cod Cakes in Tomato Sauce

So far I have not made a recipe out of Jerusalem A Cookbook that I did not like and these Cod Cakes in Tomato Sauce are no exception.

As with many of the recipes in this book it is a labor of love. My husband said it was too much work but I thought the end product was well worth it. I loved all the spices in both the fish and the sauce. We served this with couscous and it made a nice meal.

Cod cakes in tomato sauce page 225 of Jerusalem A Cookbook. See what others made at I Heart Cooking Club for August Potluck.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. ostwestwind says:

    Funny, a lot of bloggers are convinced of this book. I don't own it, I only cooked one Ottolenghi recipe from the Guardian, that one I liked

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  2. Kim says:

    I had to giggle about this recipe being a labor of love. I always feel like an Ottolenghi recipe is a bit of a commitment, always worth while, but a commitment nonetheless. I remember when we cooked with him for 6 months this was a well loved dish. It certainly looks gorgeous!

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  3. Nammi says:

    yummm, not very familiar with Ottolenghi's recipe. THis one looks very simple and delicious!

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  4. flour.ish.en says:

    Your husband is spot on. Ottolenghi's recipes ask you to do more, but I've found it to be rewarding at the end. I have to look up this cod cakes to do.

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  5. Grace Phua says:

    You are spot on about this recipe. Yotam's recipes never fail 🙂 I love this dish!

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  6. Cakelaw says:

    The fish cakes look delish, and that is the ultimate test, isn't it – that they tasted great.

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  7. I Wilkerson says:

    This looks delicious–and I love that the tomato sauce would make it even healthier! I may have to look up the cookbook!

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