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A tasty combination of flavors for Grilling Cod Fillets on a Cedar Plank.

Trishie
prep:
10 mins
cook:
20 mins
total:
4 hrs
additional:
3 hrs 30 mins
Servings:
2
Max Servings:
2
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Soak the cedar plank in water for at least 3 hours.

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  • Combine the rosemary, parsley, garlic salt, and salt in a small bowl. Stir the honey into the melted butter. Brush the cod fillets with the honey butter. Sprinkle the herb mixture over the butter. Refrigerate the seasoned fish for 30 minutes.

  • Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-low heat.

  • Brush one side of the cedar plank with the olive oil. Center the fish on the oiled plank. Place plank directly on the grate of the grill. Cook over medium-low heat until fish flakes with a fork, 20 to 30 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

273.3 calories; 25.45 g protein; 9.11 g carbohydrates; 14.93 g fat; 91.48 mg cholesterol; 531.2 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Soup Loving Nicole
08/04/2010
I used fresh caught catfish instead of cod (got the okay from the recipe submitter before doing so) and we enjoyed this. We liked the honey butter along with the smokey flavor the cedar gave it. I did add some black pepper and some extra parsley but that is just a personal preference. Thanks Trishie for a great new way to eat our catfish!
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spice of life
12/23/2014
Didn't think this recipe had much flavor. Neither of us liked it.
15 Ratings
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Chris Diaz
08/05/2009
I am sold on using cedar planks to cook fish. I followed the recipe except that I had a nice 1 inch thick steak of fresh caught Alaskan Halibut instead of cod. I also used Fines Herbs and lemon pepper along with seasonings specified in the recipe. The honey butter gave a nice golden finish to the fish. The trick is to soak that cedar plank in water for at LEAST 3 hrs. In my case I soaked it overnight. My meat-grilling husband loved this recipe and told me to make sure and buy more fish. The flavor was superb. Thanks Trishie for sharing this on your blog!
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What's for dinner, mom?
07/19/2010
I was skeptical about the honey but I gave it a shot. I made it for 2 servings as the recipe indicated and I made 6 more servings without it. We did not care for the cod with the honey and nobody finished their portion. The other servings were just OK. Wont make again.
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Anonymous
04/20/2010
This was not very good. Something just wasn't right with the honey flavor. Will not try again. Cedar planking is a great way to grill fish but I will try other seasoning.
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Soup Loving Nicole
08/04/2010
I used fresh caught catfish instead of cod (got the okay from the recipe submitter before doing so) and we enjoyed this. We liked the honey butter along with the smokey flavor the cedar gave it. I did add some black pepper and some extra parsley but that is just a personal preference. Thanks Trishie for a great new way to eat our catfish!
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silverbernla
08/28/2011
Tried this out last night on some Ling Cod I brought back from Alaska. I liked the hint of sweetness from the honey and rosemary and added a 1/2 tsp Old Bay to spice it up a bit more. I ground all the seasonings up in a mortar and pestle and then sprinkled them on both sides of the fish steaks. Yum. Cedar planking is the way to grill fish. Good quick and tasty recipe.
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Anonymous
07/11/2011
Used tilapia and bass instead. Worked fine.
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spice of life
12/23/2014
Didn't think this recipe had much flavor. Neither of us liked it.
Stacy
10/15/2018
I was a little afraid of the honey so i decreased the amount to just a little bit. It added just a slight touch of sweetness which made it nice. i wouldn't have liked it any sweeter. The cedar did not overpower the flavor of the cod. It was a nice complement! I will make it again.
Thomas Osterkamp
07/17/2014
Best fish I have ever eaten!