It's no secret that I love seafood. In fact, there are times when I think I could become a psecatarian, but then I remember that I do love meat, so that thought goes out the window quickly. But one of the things I love about seafood is that there are so many ways to prepare it. Take this easy grilled cod example. While I grill seafood in a foil packet a lot, this was a new way for me to do it, so I thought I'd share.
To start, I put some cod in foil with some salt, crushed red pepper and garlic. I then added some fresh diced tomatoes, capers, a splash of lemon juice and a splash of white wine.
I wrapped it all up, placed the packet on the grill and cooked it for about six to eight minutes on each side. My cod was really thick, so I cooked it a little longer. Fortunately, in this example, I had a lot of liquid in my packet, so it kept things moist.
I served this one up with some wild rice and veggie mix (which was pre-made and I wouldn't buy again, but that's another story). This was simple to make and delicious. I'd definitely recommend it.