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HomeBacalhau (Dried Cod Fish) Con Olive Oil and Tomato

Bacalhau (Dried Cod Fish) Con Olive Oil and Tomato

Here’s the precious Bacahlau, the very expensive dried cod fish in the Philippines and apparently cheap in Spain. But these days, you can actually substitute and use another type of dried fish as long as it can taste and look like Bacahlau once its cooked.

Ingredients

2 pounds  dried  salted cod
1 large  yellow onion  chopped
6 cloves  garlic  (and more is the best) grated
3/4 cup  cup  olive oil+   ¼ olive oil
28 ounces crushed  tomato  in can
2 pieces  bay leaf
12 ounces  can or jar of roasted  red pepper
1 teaspoon  dried  chili flakes
1/2 cup  flour

Preparation

1. Soak  dried  cod fish in water for 24 hours.
2. Change the water every 6 hours.
3. After 24 hours,remove the fish from water.
4. Pat  dry  and  cut  in 3 inch square.
5. Dredge  cod fish in flour.Set aside
6. Heat  a sauce pan, put 1/4 cup olive oil.
7. Add the  chopped  garlic and while  frying  the garlic,fry cod fish by batch until  brown
8. Set aside and let it  cool.
9. Then proceed to  debone  and  shred  the cod fish into pieces. Set aside.
10. Using the same sauce pan,  heat  3/4 cup olive oil
11. Add  chopped  onion and wait until it  caramelized.
12. Add in  crushed  tomato and bay leaf
13. Once it boils,  turn  the  heat  to  simmering  mode and let it  simmer  for 10 minutes.
14. Add the  shred  cod fish, cover and  simmer  for about 20 minutes
15. Add  sliced,  roasted  pepper and 1 tsp chili flakes.
16. Simmer  for 5 minutes.  Serve  and enjoy!
Credit: Foodista

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