Cod Squad!

Healthy Cod Recipe

One of Mark’s favourite meals.  This is a tasty meal that will fill you up.  It is simple to put together as well.  

Nutrition:  This is a moderate carb meal.  It is less than 500 calories and is really good for any health maintaining or fat loss goal.  


  • 190g of Cod
  • 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil
  • 25g of Olives 
  • 45g of Cherry Tomatoes
  • 6.5g of chopped Capers
  • 1 chopped Lemon
  • 45g Sweet Potato
  • 15g chopped Parsley
  • 1 clove of Garlic 


1.  Put the oven on at 180 degrees. 

2.  Slice up some Sweet Potato into chips, brush with Oil and bake until cooked.  This should take 15-20 mins. 

3. Heat the oil in a pan over a medium to high heat.

4.  Season the Cod with salt and pepper and place in the hot pan, leave undisturbed until cooked 3/4 of the way through (approximately 3-4 minutes in). Then gently flip the Cod being careful not to break it.

5.  While the Cod is cooking, heat some oil in a separate pan add the Garlic, Lemon and Capers and saute until the Tomatoes soften.

6.  Place the Tomatoes, Lemon and Capers on to a dish.  Place the cooked cod on to the dish and garnish with parsley.  

In Cod we trust! 

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