Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin
Traditional Newfoundland Cod au Gratin.

If you are looking for something delicious to make for supper tonight this is a wonderful meal to make for you and your family. I get at less four inbox messages a week from satisfied people that have made this dish and now have included it in their weekly menu.

Traditional Newfoundland Cod Gratin
Traditional Newfoundland Cod

Cod fish is the most cooked fish in most Newfoundland homes. Cod fish have been mostly deep fried or pan fried, but it’s always nice to be able to make more delicious dishes with this white cod.

Cod au gratin is made so many ways by many people but this is the way I remember having it growing up in a small community in Newfoundland. My Dad was the gourmet cook in our house hold and my Mom would make all the old fashion meals that required not many ingredients to make, but was equally delicious. Anyway you make cod I’m sure you will love it but again give this recipe a try and give me your feedback and what you liked or didn’t like about this meal.

This creamy sauce with big chunks of cod topped with cheese bake to perfection is like comfort food at its best. Plus it’s fast a easy to make and can be prepared the night before so when you get off work all you need to do is pop it in a preheated 350° oven for 20 to 25 minutes.

Have this dish with fresh homemade bread.

Homemade bread
Freshly baked bread, with a lightly coat of butter melting over the bread.

Serve it on its own or with a bowl of steamed rice, whatever side dish you make it will be prefect and your family will think they are eating out at a gourmet restaurant. Make single servings or one big casserole dish full of this delicious mouth watering meal. Enjoy

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