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Friday, 15 October 2010



sounds like a great way to change things up!

ed (from Yuma)

I love the original recipe which has convinced some friends of mine that I can actually make exotic and tasty seafood. And now to make that spicy . . . Wow. Just need to get black cod out here in the desert.


I love this recipe! Especially the use of the toaster oven. The finished product looks so delectable.


Hi Kat - It was different, I'll say that much.

Hi Ed - You should try this, it's very frangrant, and tastes totally different. Mind the shorter marinade time.

Hi Faye - This was good. I'd suggest doing the more traditional style first. I do like the toaster oven for this, especially based on portion size.


I also love changing up my tried and true recipes but usually find that i eventually go back to the original. nice to have the option though =)


Looks great Kirk, I'm totally craving a bowl of rice with it! I love using small amounts of kochujang like a dip with fresh veggies. I'll have to try that brand next time.


Hi Lynnea - You've got a great point. After havig these, the Missus decided that the original version is better!

Hi Dennis - The really good thing about Sunchang Kochujang is that it isnt really sweet, and will let you adjust the flavors to your liking.

Maria Desiderata Montana

Great recipe! I also have an Italian blog attached to my San Diego Food Finds Magazine online so I like to cook cod Mediterranean style. I will definitely give this a try. I love Miso Cod and your recipe looks doable. Thank you!


Hi Maria - It's a very simple and easy recipe. I hope it turns out well for you.


What a great idea! I haven't tried Sunchang's brand but will pick some up next time I'm at Zion. And some black cod, of course! :-)


Hi Carol - I think you'll find Sunchang Kochujang to be a bit more spicy, and less sweet.


I need to try this out.



Hi Bill - I hope it turns out well for you!

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