Cooking fish in parchment paper results in moist, tender, flakey fish.
It takes a bit of advance preparation, and can be a little fiddley the first time you do it, but the results are SO worth it. The parchment protects the delicate fish from the heat of the oven, and the vegetables, herbs and lemon provide so much flavour.
I find it so easy to overcook fish, but this method is almost foolproof.
This is my favourite way to cook all kinds of fish, not just cod. Try it with salmon or sole – it will be beautiful.
I chose to use cod for this dish. Cod is always wild caught, and as long as you avoid North Sea cod, is not an endangered species. Please do not eat North Sea cod – it has been very over-fished in the last few years and the fish-stock is threatened. But Pacific…
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