Sheet Pan Mediterranean Cod

Kerri R: "loved it. subbed flounder & carp and added rainbo…" Read More


  • 1 pound cod (wild, cut into four pieces)
  • 2 tablespoons olive (olive, Mediterranean)
  • 2 whole Roma tomatoes (halved long way)
  • 1 whole white onion (quartered)
  • 1 1/2 leek (sliced, halved)
  • 8 spears asparagus
  • 1/2 cup pitted olives (whole, halved + chopped)
  • 1 pinch Himalayan salt
  • 1 pinch black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1/2 teaspoon oregano
  • Did you make this?
    Add All to Shopping List
    Add to Meal Planner


    Kerri R 3 days ago
    loved it. subbed flounder & carp and added rainbow carrots.
    Brenda 11 days ago
    Loved it! Used brussel sprouts because I didn’t have asparagus.
    Sean Fitz-Patrick 13 days ago
    Great! I used flounder as a substitute for cod. I let it bake for 23 minutes to perfection. Really simple and easy to make. Will be doing more sheet pan recipes.
    Dani a month ago
    Added half a can of black beans and it was great
    Josie Wilson a month ago
    Really enjoyed this! Super tasty and easy. Served mine with roasted baby potatoes. Yum!
    Liz a month ago
    Delicious and super easy to make!
    Jessica Broom 2 months ago
    Easy and tasty. I used kalamata and black olives. They definitely added to the flavors! Will make this again.
    kat ang 2 months ago
    Very easy to make, and absolutely delicious! Will make again.
    Nadejda G. 3 months ago
    Very easy to make and light. I used baby green beans instead of asparagus and it turned out tasty. I also added a sesame marinade as a side dip for some stronger flavors.
    Marc Taubman 3 months ago
    it was easy and I did some substitutes. I used artichoke hearts from a jar plus capers plus asparagus from a 10 plus cherry tomatoes and a balsamic glaze plus onion. Bas basically any old thing I had lying around the house. The fish was lovely. my wife and I loved it. my three children ages 12, 12, and 16 were not particularly fond. I would make this again for just adults probably next time.
    Heidi W. 3 months ago
    This was great. My family said they'd want me to cook this again. I did add potatoes though to make this more hearty.
    Phaedra H. 3 months ago
    Spot on! One cannae go wrong with this recipe! I spiced it up a bit and added some red peppers (why not?) Thoroughly enjoyable and in the week night dinner roster for sure!
    Angela Campbell 4 months ago
    I tapped the cod dry, the put all of the ingredients in a bowl, added quartered fingerling potatoes, and used 1/2 c cherry tomatoes (halved) mixed in the bowl then added to the pan. didnt have chilies so added a piri piri mixture. delish. a definite keeper!
    MAC 5 months ago
    excellent dish. super simply and tasty. used green onions instead of regular.
    vonSeggern 5 months ago
    The onions needed to be cooked longer to create a more delicious char but other than that no complaints. Very good and I enjoyed the leek which I hadn’t used before.
    diane c. 6 months ago
    This dish is absolutely delicious
    Julia Beynon 8 months ago
    loved it! didn't use olives because my kids don't like them (heathens), but could see capers in the future. simple and clean flavors as another reviewer stated. super easy for weeknightm
    Allison Connor a year ago
    Outstanding. Simple, clean flavors and healthy. Good fats. Only thing I added was fresh mushrooms cut in half. I may add a few capers next time. Maybe a squeeze of fresh lemon or orange. A big YUM on this one! An easy way to eat clean, whole foods. Thank you, Yummly and Garden in the Kitchen!
    Jessica S. 2 years ago
    Delicious - used fresh oregano and no leeks as we had none on hand. The whole family loved it!