Cookbook:Bacalhau à Zé do Pipo
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A traditional Portuguese cod dish, Bacalhau à Zé do Pipo. The Portuguese have a great number of dried/salted codfish recipes, and they are often misunderstood or confused.
- 200 g of onions baked in olive oil, chopped 5 g garlic
- 400 g salted/dried cod
- salt, and white pepper
- 500 g mashed potatoes
- olive oil
- Prepare the cod by leaving it for 24 hours in water, changing the water once or twice.
- After the 24 hour period is up, put the cod in a pot with milk.
- Boil until slightly cooked, add salt and pepper. The milk will make the fish soft.
- Bake and mash the potatoes, optionally adding milk, egg, pepper and lemon juice.
- Chop up onions in circles and fry in pan with garlic and lots of olive oil until slightly browned.
- Preheat oven to 220 °C.
- Place the cod in the center of a casserole or baking dish.
- Surround the fish with the mashed potatoes and then cover it with the fried onion.
- Cover the onion with a thick layer of mayonnaise and sprinkle bread crumbs all over.
- Bake until toasted on top.
Serve with a green wine from the north of Portugal.