Recipe File: Spring Vegetable Ragout with Roasted Cod and Green Sauce

June 1, 2022

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  • That looks like spring on a plate!!

  • This sounds so delicious!!!

  • Our Farmers’ Market opens today. Now I know exactly what to look for besides the best croissants this side of the Atlantic.

  • Love this one!

  • The other thing that is good in green sauce or pesto of any kind is some fresh carrot tops. This looks delicious!

  • The concept is great, but I would cut out at least 1/2 the fat. This dish looks beautiful and healthy, but really, is not.

    • So use low fat broth or stock or water and change the butter? I mean it looks pretty good to this old retired nurse. And I love the colors!!! And fresh veges!! Makes me want to grab a market bag…maybe my Thistle Bag or my WIP Entrelac scrap bag and head to a market. Except too hot in Texas for many of these veges now. Hottest May on record! Knit on!!!

    • This looks so good! (The only concern for health would be if someone could not have butter at all-it comes up at approx 13 gram butter per serving as the only fats besides cod and olive oils could be substituted—but this is an ideal recipe for any diet and certainly much healthier than most meals!) I would totally recommend this for any of my patients. Signed, a physician who knits

      • The green sauce has one cup of olive oil. Per serving, that’s almost 500 calories from olive oil alone. But you’ll be okay if you’re judicious with the green sauce — she even has some suggestions for the leftovers.

  • This looks great!

  • YUM! I’ve made my grocery list – gonna make it this weekend!

  • These lush images drew me in, I don’t normally make soup here in Australia this week where I live it has turned icey and wet.

    Made a few substitutions I used smoked cod, frozen peas, and the green herby sauce was amazing. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Thank you for all the lovely comments and for trying this recipe. I love to learn from others’ substitutions and changes. (Smoked cod sounds so good with all these sweet young vegetables). A word about the fat – and without debating the benefits or hazards of fat consumption – do leave out the butter at the end if you prefer. You will still have a delicious dish. And bear in mind you only need about 1 tablespoon of green sauce per person as it’s packed with flavor. So, about 15-20 grams of fat from olive oil, not too bad. Cheers!