Baked Ling Cod with Castelvetrano Olives and Green Beans

This is the perfect dish for sneaking in those omega 3s and protein while having a light meal that will taste delicious! Ling cod has a mild but sweet flavor, buttery texture and firmness similar to halibut that compliments the flavors of the olives, who are the star of this meal!

Cooked recipe in dish
Castelvetrano Olives also known as Nocellara del Belice,  are olives from the Valle de Belice region of Sicily. They are beloved by many for their crisp but, denseness and sweet buttery flavor.  They are essentially the ling cod of the olive world, which may be why they work so well together to create this mouth watering dish!

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Marissa in the kitchen chopping
Marisa Dooley of Lemon Thyme Kitchen is a freelance recipe developer and food photographer with a Master’s degree in Nutrition. She was raised on her family’s farm in Northwest Washington and her appreciation for good food developed at a very early age. She is passionate about creating recipes and beautiful imagery that highlight high-quality seasonal ingredients. Marisa loves all types of seafood, but her favorites are salmon and scallops!
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  • Hi Robin! We are so glad you to hear you like this recipe (just looking at it makes us hungry)! You’ll have to let us know how it turns out. We are so lucky for our community of local customers! Thank you!

    Wild For Salmon 02-01-2024
  • My husband and I can’t wait to try this ling cog recipe. We are so fortunate to have you so close by.

    Robin 02-01-2024

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