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7 Delicious recipes with cod and that yield a lot

7 Delicious recipes with cod and that yield a lot

The most traditional tables do not dispense this fish at Easter lunch. Cod is prepared naturally, retaining all fresh fish properties. It is considered a nutritious fish, tasty, easy to digest, besides being rich in minerals such as iron, phosphorus, magnesium and vitamins A, E, D, B1 and niacin. "Cod is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids, which promote the development of the immune system and contribute to the reduction of cholesterol and triglyceride levels," explains nutritionist Fabiana Honda of PB Consultoria e Nutrição from Sao Paulo. The restriction is only for people who have high blood pressure: for these the cod has to be desalted to the maximum, until practically without salt.

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In the kitchen, cod recipes tend to yield a lot. The traditional bacalhoada carries tomatoes, peppers, onions, olives and potatoes. But the dish is high in calories. A middle portion has 170 kcal. So, if it is irresistible, control the amount ingested. The problem is that it is an expensive fish, but you can make it yield by investing in the shredded recipes in various preparations, such as pies, quiches, cookie, sauce, mayonnaise, among others. Protein: 18.1 g

Carbohydrate: 0 g

Fats: 0,7 g

Nutrient Value (100 grams) dry

Caloric value: 136 kcal

Proteins: 29 g

Carbohydrate: 0 g

Fats: 1.3 g

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separated seven delicious and healthy cod recipes shredded for you. Cod omelet and black olives Cod henna

Brown rice with cod

Cod with herbs

Cod salad

Souffle of cod

Whole-grain pasta with cod and basil sauce


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