What is cod loin?

Answer

According to Great British Chefs, cod loin refers to the middle portion of the meat after a cod has been filleted. It is normally short and fat compared to the rest of the fish and is generally considered a prime cut.

Cod loin is often sold boneless and skinless, but it is possible to buy it with the skin. It is ordinarily sold frozen but can also be found fresh.

The meat from cod loin is rather sturdy for a white fish, which makes it ideal for baking, using in stews or in a bouillabaisse. It can also be battered, pan-fried, poached or steamed.

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The loins are the part of a body on either side of the backbone. This is the same for cod. It is a prime slice of cod
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Cod is a type of fish which is found mostly in the Atlantic Ocean. It is a very mild fish and is a very common fish served in most restaurants.
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a piece of meat or a thigh.
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Fish don't have loins. They have fillets minus the heads, fins and tail. Loin cuts refer to beef, pork, game etc.
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