Chatham Cod with Chorizo and Tomatoes

Can I get a brrrrr? This winter is pretty atrocious, and there is no end in sight. Cooking at home helps; at least if you are near a hot stove you are warm for a bit! Easy recipes that combine fun bursts of flavor are getting us through these cold nights, and I whipped up the below with Chatham cod from Red’s Best that I picked up at the Dorchester Winter Farmers Market. I have been in a huge seafood mood lately, so if you have a favorite seafood recipe, especially one that is hearty, feel free to share it in the comments!

This recipe started with some thinly sliced potatoes and chorizo in a nonstick frying pan.

sliced potatoes

I added a tiny bit of olive oil, and I cooked the chorizo and potatoes until sizzling. I really wanted the potatoes to have a crunchy crust, and I just about got it. Next time I would definitely cook the potatoes a few more minutes.

Chourico

chorizo and potatoes

Once the chorizo and potatoes were almost done, I added in four crushed garlic cloves and a can of crushed tomatoes, then mad room for the cod in the pan.

Chatham Cod with Chorizo

I put the whole thing into a 37 degree oven until the cod was flaky and the tomatoes were bubbly. It did not look very pretty, as you can see, but it was a dynamite dinner!  It cheered me up on a particularly blue Sunday. This meal was tasty and filling; I didn’t even want a snack later that evening!

I have been finding myself snacking big time at night, then regretting it, so I am trying to make more satisfying dinners and to stay away from the refrigerator at night unless I am actually hungry. I just want this winter to end. In the meantime, I’ll be hunkering down with food and wine and a fireplace.

How are you coping with this endless winter, if you live in a cold area? Any fun recipes you have been working on?

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  1. Michelle Lahey’s avatar

    It has been so cold and snowy, which I typically love, but I am definitely getting stir crazy. We’ve been making a lot of comforting dinners at home…with winter-friendly beers and red wine to help warm us up!

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  2. Megan’s avatar

    I’ve been snacking a lot at night too. I definitely need some hearty dinners like this to fall back on. I made slow-cooker chicken for quesadillas yesterday so that will keep us going for a few nights anyways.

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  3. Colleen @ Culinary Colleen’s avatar

    This looks like the perfect thing to beat the cold. We’ve been making a lot of soups…and drinking a lot of red wine, of course!

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