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Paleo Baked Cod and Scallions with Spiced Potatoes

Paleo Roasted Cod and Scallions with Spiced Potatoes

Paleo Baked Cod and Scallions with Spiced Potatoes

This paleo Baked Cod and Scallions with Spiced Potatoes recipe came out really really good.  I was a little surprised because cod usually tastes so bland to me and needs lots of help.  But don’t we all?  (laughing)

It’s a fairly easy recipe though ~ my favorite kind ~ and the only change I made from the original recipe was to use sweet potatoes instead of red potatoes.

I purchased the cod at Trader Joe’s and used all the pieces that came prepackaged.

The first thing you’ll need to do is prepare the cod by cleaning it under cold water and drying it using paper towels.  Next I sprayed the casserole dish that I was going to put the cod in with Olive Oil Spray to coat the bottom of my pan so the cod will not stick.

Clean and dry the cod

Clean and dry the cod

Next I added the scallions ~ trimmed yet whole ~ then drizzled a little bit of olive oil, salt and pepper on top of it all.

Add scallions to the cod

Add scallions to the cod

I sliced the unpeeled sweet potatoes into 1/4 inch pieces.

Slice sweet potatoes

Slice sweet potatoes

Then I sliced them in half.

Slice sweet potatoes into quarters

Slice sweet potatoes into quarters

The sweet potatoes will be put in a casserole dish, tossed with 1 tablespoon of olive, the chili powder, salt, and pepper.  Then they will be baked in a 425° degree oven for approximately 20 minutes until they are golden brown and tender.

Prepare sweet potatoes then bake

Prepare sweet potatoes then bake

While the potatoes are baking, prepare the lemon by using a peeler and peeling strips from it.  Then slice the peel pieces thinly and sprinkle it over the cod before it’s baked.  Reserve the lemon to use once everything is cooked.

Grate chunks of lemon then slice thinly

Grate chunks of lemon then slice thinly

At the 10 minute mark of the potatoes being in the oven, you’ll be putting the cod in and cooking it until it’s opaque approximately 15 minutes (but follow the package directions if you have any).

And here’s the recipe ~

Enjoy!

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