COD IN BRANDY SAUCE WITH BLUEBERRIES & PEACH / WILD RICE WITH BROTH

–cod (size of 3 decks of cards, one-half pound)

–brandy (buy a small, inexpensive bottle for cooking)

–blueberries (one-third cup, fresh)

–peach (1, fresh, medium, chopped)

–catsup (1 tablespoon)

–red onion (one-fourth, chopped)

–brown sugar (2 tablespoons)

–lemon juice

–garlic salt

–salt and pepper

–olive oil

–wild rice (1 box)

–chicken broth (non-fat, low sodium)

 

1 – Place box of wild rice in a covered baking dish.  Sprinkle the seasonings that come with the wild rice on top.  Add one and three-fourth’s cup of chicken broth to the rice.  Then add one or two drops of olive oil.  Microwave on high for 10 minutes.  When finished, let stand for five minutes.

2 – Slice a peach into one-half inch pieces.  Add to covered baking dish.  Add blueberries.  Then add one-fourth cup of brandy.  Sprinkle with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.  Chop one-fourth red onion into tiny pieces.  Add to the baking dish.  Add 1 tablespoon of catsup.  Season with salt, garlic salt, and a little olive oil.  Add a squirt of lemon juice.  Stir well.  Set aside.

3 – Place the cod in a covered baking dish with a little water.  Season with salt, pepper, and olive oil.  Microwave on high for 6 minutes.  When finished, keep covered to preserve warmth.

4 – Microwave the sauce for 3 minutes. 

5 – Pour the sauce on top of the cod.

6 – Serve the cod with sauce on top of the wild rice.

–cod and sauce adapted from Fox web site; rice from instructions on box.

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