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Crispy Baked Cod Fish with Nori Seaweed

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Recently I've seen many fellow bloggers who made this super easy but highly addictive Crispy Baked Cod Fish with Nori Seaweed as a snack for the coming Chinese New Year. You'll only need three main ingredients and anyone of you can do it in a wink of an eye. Not only is it fragrant but you'll definitely love the crust with every bite. There isn't much detail in the recipe but I'll show you how to do make this snack which only requires 12 minutes of baking.
I'm taking a break for two weeks from blogging and be back on 25 February 2013. Wishing all readers especially our Chinese readers a happy and healthy  year of Snake!





Crispy Baked Cod Fish with Nori Seaweed

      Ingredients:
  • 1 packet  Dried Fish Fillet (is name as cod fish slice in Chinese)
  • 1 packet Nori Seaweed
  • 1 egg white



Place the  cod fish slices on a lined baking tray.

Cut the nori seaweed into half
Fold into 3 equal sizes

 and cut into 3 pieces (total 6 small pieces in one sheet of nori seaweed)

Brush some egg white on cod fish slices and stick the nori seaweed on to it.

Bake at preheated oven 150C for 8 minutes on one side and bake for another 4 minutes on the other side. 
Leave Crispy Baked Cod Fish with Nori Seaweed to cool and store into an airtight container.


I am submitting this post to Chinese New Year Delights 2013 
hosted by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover.


祝大家在新的一年里健康辛福快乐! 


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  1. 刚要去睡,有看到你炸了这好料,
    我已经收工了,这个弄到我又心思思了。。。
    祝你新年快乐,万事如意!

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    1. 哈哈。。。这个很容易做,可以在做一份,不过可能不够哦!
      我也祝你新年快乐!

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  2. Hi Ann! You have a good break and Gong Xi Fai Cai!

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  3. Thanks for the detailed instructions and wishing you 新年快乐 心想事成。Enjoy your break.

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    1. Lian, You're welcome :) Hope you enjoy this snack :)

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  4. 恭喜发财。。。。蛇年行好运!

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  5. My dear Ann, Gong Xi Fatt Chai, Gong Xi Fatt Chai! Have a wonderful CNY celebration! You are very "in," did this super "hot" snack too. I think if I can find, I'll do as well to give away! See you when you are back!

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    1. Jessie, hahaa... this really very easy. 做的快!吃的更快!
      Wishing you and your family Happy and Prosperous Lunar New Year!

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  6. Oh wow, this is so yummy and crunchy!
    Xin Nien Kuai Le, Gong Xi Fa Cai to you

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  7. Fantastic snack! Healthy and tasty! Yours look really good!

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  8. eileen, hundred eighty degreesFebruary 7, 2013 at 7:23 AM

    This is easy. Both cord fish slice and seaweed are my daughter's favourite. Thanks for sharing. 新年快乐!

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  9. Wow Ann! This is so innovative! I think you can sell this idea, lol! Hopefully I can try this out too, yum yum! :D

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  10. Looks easy. And its indeed addictive - love to munch on this.

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  11. Ann。。我也被这个吸引了。。昨天买了材料,打算今晚做了就收工过年。。哈哈。。我祝Ann身体健康,新年行大运,事事顺意,越煮越厉害。。恭喜发财咯:)

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    1. 我也祝你蛇年行大运,身体健康,一路发!

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  12. Ann, 新年快乐,恭喜发财!

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  13. Sure does look like a great snack. Happy CNY to you Ann! :)

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  14. wow...这个一定很香脆(^O^)
    我收工了。可以请我吃几片吗?
    祝你事事顺心,新年进步

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  15. ya, thinking to make this popular snack too, hopefully i have time to make since i still have few last minutes cookies..Wishing you a happy CNY and Gong Xi Fa Cai.

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  16. Happy new year!

    I bought all the ingredients but cannot find time to make. Thanks for the step by step photo.

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  17. Ann, this is a super snack! Love it and will go look for the ingredients very soon :)

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  18. Ann, can I ask u where u got the sheet dried cod fish? I tried looking for it but couldn't find. Is it at NTUC finest? Which branch? Thanks Ann!

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    1. Bee, I bought it Bukit Timah Plaza, 2nd flr. Nori Seaweed is at the Japanese section.

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    2. Thanks Ann, bought already and baking now! Wishing you a prosperous new year and looking forward to seeing more great and yummy posts from u!

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  19. 春节到来,短信送礼:
    送你一条红鲤鱼,愿你年年有余;
    送你一盘开心果,愿你时时开心;
    送你一杯好运酒,愿你蛇年顺心!
    新年好!

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  20. Wow looks easy and delicious. Happy New Year to you and your family, Ann.

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  21. This snack looks similar to the store bought ones which are really costly! Bet these taste even better since they are fresh and homemade! Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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  22. Wow! Super easy and very delicious!! Thanks, Ann!

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  23. Ann, great health and prosperity!

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  24. 这款零嘴我也很想做,哈哈哈~因为我也很爱吃鳕鱼!!再看看有没有时间,嘻嘻嘻

    祝你和家人新年快乐、万事如意、心想事成!!

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  25. Ann, 我到处奔波为了找这个,今天终于在家附近找到鳕鱼丝,丝也可以啦。。。
    这真的好吃喔,脆脆的,太过瘾了。 还有另一种口味是加辣的,下次才试了。

    在这里祝你新年快乐!

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  26. This is definitely addictive to eat. Wishing you Happy Snake Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

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  27. Happy Chinese New Year, Ann! These seaweed cod snacks are very delicious and you have presented them so well.

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  28. 这个我赶不及做了,来偷吃你的,嘻嘻!

    祝福你,新年快乐,事事如意。

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  29. Easy and healthy way of crispy snack. 祝贺蛇年行大运!

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  30. Wow, lovely and addictive snack! KIV for next year, or maybe after CNY!
    Gong Xi Fa Cai and enjoy your break!

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  31. I love anything with seaweed ! That tasty nibble sure looks pretty addictive :D

    Enjoy your holiday , Ann ! Kung Hei Fat Choi to you and to your family !!!

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  32. 边看电视边吃这个snack ,一定很过瘾^_^
    Ann, 祝你蛇年行大运,事事顺利!

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  33. Happy Lunar New Year to you, Ann!
    GONG XI FATT CAI !!!!

    Alice

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  34. Hi Ann, wishing you & your family a very Happy Chinese New Year. May the year of snake brings good health & good wealth to you & your family. Hope you'll have a wonderful time.
    Best wishes, Kristy ((hugs))

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  35. hi Ann, I have the ingredients ready :)
    this is so yummy, it's quite pricey to buy
    making our own is so clever!
    thks for the step by step guide :)
    Happy Chinese New Year to u and family :)

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  36. Hello Ann :) Hope you enjoy your break and that you and your family have a Very Happy New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai!!!

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  37. hi ann

    happy chinese new year to you and family.

    Have a good one

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  38. Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family too. I like this snack as it is much healthier than the fried ones. I wonder if I can find the fish snack here.

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  39. Hi Ann, wishing you a very happy new year. Gong Xi Fa cai.

    Lovely snack and click.

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  40. Beautiful cakes! The cod fish crisp looks so so yumm!!! Gong xi fa cai!!

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  41. These sounds like fun and delicious treats. I hope I can find the cod fillets snack here. I only see them in thin strips, not in sheets before at the markets here. :) YUM!

    Wish you and your family a wonderful and prosperous year of Snake.

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  42. Hi Ann,

    You are very clever with this snack idea. I can imagine these must be super-addictive to eat :D

    Happy CNY to you and your family... Hope to see you back again in late Feb :D

    Zoe

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  43. Gong Hey Fatt Choy! These look very addictive & a great CNY treats too! YUM! Have a great holiday & enjoy the festive season with love ones :)

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  44. A receita parece muito deliciosa.

    Feliz Ano Novo Chinês !!! ♡ º

    ♫♫•*¨*•♫♫
    ღ°Brasil♫º
    ♡ º

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  45. mmmm interesting recipes, good photos, very tasty resemble the Mediterranean cuisine which we do in Spain. We invite you to visit my blog from Spain, with traditional recipes from the State of Valencia.
    This week “The Giraboix” in http://valenciagastronomic.blogspot.com.es
    Going to lose?

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  46. Great idea! So tempted to try! I sampled one made only with fish slices. The long strips of fish slices are tied up into ribbons and fry. Beautiful & delicious!

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  47. Very cute and pretty cupcakes! Happy Chinese New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your family :)

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  48. For me cod seems to be one of the hardest fishes to cook. This recipe looks lovely.

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  49. Interesting recipe...and looks so tasty Ann...
    Happy Chinese New Year!

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  50. hope you're enjoying your break..i am still :)

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  51. Hi Ann,
    Yes, this is so popular among fellow bloggers and it is highly addictive too.
    Thanks for sharing the tutorial of this.

    Between i have made your CNY fondant cupcakes. Will post to share soon.
    Thanks again for sharing such pretty fondant cupcakes.

    Have a prosperous CNY!!
    mui

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  52. this is something new to me. I love any recipe with few ingredients. bookmarked. Wishing you and your loved ones, a happy and prosperous lunar new year!

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  53. Oh what a great recipe and I can see how it can be addictive. I have to look for Dried Fish Fillet...I am sure that I can find it!

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  54. thats a good idea to have good snack without frying it...thanks for good sharing

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