If you love alfredo sauce, this gluten free homemade cod alfredo recipe will quickly become your favorite. Get ready for my best cod recipe because it is perfect for those busy weekday dinners!
When I was asked to create a kid-friendly recipe for the Alaska Seafood Board, I got really excited. Seafood is so healthy and it is full of nutrition for kids growing bodies.
My kids eat seafood once a week and one of their favorite ways to enjoy it is with my easy gluten free alfredo sauce. I have tried several different types of sauce for cod, but alfredo seems to be their favorite! Cod and pasta are naturals together!
This recipe features my homemade alfredo sauce. This is a delicious cream sauce for fish!
It is the most kid-friendly, easy sauce for cod you will ever make. It is even ready in just minutes. This simple gluten free alfredo sauce makes everything great….at least that is what my kids say!
You can slather it on pasta, or enjoy it over this whole roasted cauliflower.
If your family is like mine, school nights are so busy it is hard to find time to share a nutritious family dinner. Family dinners are such an important meal.
This is the time to hear your children’s stories about their day and discuss interesting topics. When families rush because of sports and other activities, family communication can go downhill fast.
Dinner in under 30 minutes
You read that correctly :-).
In less than 30 minutes, you can throw together this whole healthy gluten free cod pasta recipe. Your whole family will love it. (Most of the time it takes to cook is waiting for your pasta water to boil :-)).
With everything you read these days about farm-raised and imported seafood, it is really nice to know you can enjoy seafood from Alaska without any worries.
- The cold water and natural environment of Alaska produce seafood with lean flesh, firm texture, and superior flavor that is full of high-quality protein, vitamins, minerals and oils essential to good health.
- Alaska’s fishing methods are anchored in strict conservation practices as well as the State Constitution, ensuring that the delicious Alaska seafood you enjoy today will be enjoyed for generations to come.
Our local grocery store had both wild cod and salmon from Alaska.
I chose to use Alaskan cod in this recipe because it is a really kid-friendly fish. This fish is both flaky and mild, making it perfect for the pickiest of palates.
How to make homemade alfredo sauce for this recipe:
Saute the cod with olive oil and fresh basil.
Heat the heavy cream, butter, salt, and pepper.
Once the cod is cooked, drain the cooking juices and chop it into large pieces.
Add pasta and cod to the creamy alfredo sauce. Toss to coat. Serve hot!
More Delicious Seafood Recipes to Try:
- Shrimp Crostini with a Spicy Red Pepper Cream Cheese
- Oyster Chowder
- Salmon with a Papaya Tomatillo Salsa
- Grilled Bacon Wrapped Tilapia
How to make seafood fettuccine alfredo:
- 4-6 Alaskan cod filets
- 1 package gluten free or regular fettuccine pasta
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
- 4 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 2 cloves garlic
- 2 tablespoons fresh basil
- Salt and pepper
- Heat a large pot of water to boil.
- When the water is boiling, add pasta and cook following the pasta directions.
- In a large skillet heat olive oil over medium heat.
- Add Alaskan cod and basil.
- Cook 5 minutes on each side.
- Drain juices and chop cod into large pieces with spatula.
- In a large saucepan, heat heavy cream, minced garlic and butter.
- Whisk often once it starts to boil gently.
- Add parmesan cheese and keep whisking to stir out any lumps.
- Add cooked pasta and cod to the sauce and toss to coat.
- Serve warm.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 624 Total Fat: 39g Saturated Fat: 21g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 15g Cholesterol: 204mg Sodium: 351mg Carbohydrates: 16g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 2g Protein: 50g
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I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.