Merry Christmas Cod Fish with White Tropical Balsamic

Merry Christmas Cod Fish with White Tropical Balsamic

Delicate, sweet and sour White Condiment with intense notes of  must and syrupy Organic White Tropical Balsamic with intense notes of must and oak wood are the protagonists of today’s recipe. We have used these two condiments for this recipe made according to Lola's best Christmas traditions.

Cooking time: 1 h

Ingredients for 2 portions:

  • 300 gr codfish fillets
  • 200 ml water
  • 1 orange peel
  • 50 gr White Tropical Balsamic

Ingredients for the vegetables bed:

  • 2 sprigs of cauliflower
  • 4 strips of yellow bell pepper
  • 4 strips of red bell pepper
  • 0.5 carrot
  • 4 celery chunks
  • 4 sprigs of escarole
  • 1 spring onion
  • 1 red onion
  • 2 canned pickles
  • 10 gr anchovies
  • green and black olives to taste
  • bay leaves, juniper berries, black pepper to taste

Ingredients for the vinegar solution:

  • 100 ml white condiments
  • 150 ml water
  • 5 gr sugar
  • 5 gr salt
  • orange peel, rosemary and pepper


Cut the vegetables in the way you like most. The pieces, though, have to be small. Cook them into the acetic solution, according to the hardness of each vegetable ( eg. first comes the cauliflower, then the carrot and celery etc.). Drain the vegetables and season them well with salt, oil, anchovies, olives and pickles. Leave aside.

Cooking time of the vegetables into the acetic solution:

  • cauliflower 3 min
  • carrots 2 min
  • bell pepper strips1 min
  • celery chunks 1 min
  • spring onion 1 min
  • red onion 1 min
  • escarole sprigs 30 sec

Preparation of the codfish:

Cook the codfish fillet ( approx. 150 g.) in a steamer, seasoning the water with sugar, salt, an orange peel, rosemary,  pepper and our Organic Balsamic Vinegar, which is perfect for this cooking technique. This method will make the codfish aromatic and absolutely delicious. Serve the dish and enjoy your aromatic codfish with balsamic vinegar on the bed of vegetables.

Merry Christmas!


White Tropical Balsamic