Sautèed Cod with Mustard and Capers

Mustard is not just for hot dogs. Its a wonderful spice to be used in all kinds of recipes. Here is a quick and easy fish dish that takes less than 20 minutes to make and tastes wonderful. Remember, a new jar of mustard tastes stronger than a jar that has been opened for a while. I used wholegrain mustard in this recipe which gives it an extra good taste. I also use wholegrain mustard when I make salat dressing.













Sautéed Cod with Wholegrain  Mustard and Capers 

serves 4

4 cod fillets with skin and scales removed

1½ oz. flour


sort pepper

3 tbsp.  mustard

3 tbsp. capers

To make cod fillets, rinse, pat dry and dredge fish fillets in a mixture of flour, salt and pepper.

Melt  butter in a large pan and sautè until crisp , 4 minutes. Turn them and add mustard and capers to the butter in the  pan.  Scoop mustard and capers butter over the fish fillets while they finish cooking  about 1-2 minutes.

Serve  with boiled potatoes and your choice of a vegetable.

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