Prosciutto Wrapped Cod with Green Beans and Tomato

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prosciutto wrapped cod Today I’m giving you a meal that can be put together in no time at all, perfect for mid week or when your days are rushed. It’s prosciutto wrapped cod and it’s cooked on a bed of tender green beans and roasted tomatoes. It’s a one pan wonder and no formal recipe is required.

It’s super easy to make and very healthy, a win win for you and your family!

prosciutto wrapped cod Look for a nice piece of fresh wild caught cod one that has some thickness to it and easy to cut into good size portions.

In a little bowl add some olive oil, one clove of garlic grated on a microplane and lemon zest. Salt and pepper the fish then brush each portion with the olive oil mixture.

Next you’re going to wrap a piece or two of prosciutto all around each fish portion leaving the ends unwrapped.

prosciutto wrapped cod

Take a baking dish and add blanched green beans on the bottom along with a handful of cherry tomatoes, lemon zest, salt, pepper then drench them with olive oil and place the wrapped cod on top.

Bake at 400 degrees for about ten to twelve minutes or until fish is white and firm.


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  1. Looks like tonight’s dinner! Great idea to combine Prosciutto with a relatively bland fish. And of course garlic and olive oil with a little lemon zest. You can’t go wrong with this dish!

  2. I love cod by itself, but I can imagine the prosciutto wrapping takes it the next level. Yum!

  3. You must have known we were at the Farmers Market yesterday and picked up a nice piece of wild caught cod. They have the best cod there — no odor whatsoever and the taste is great. We’ve baked it many ways but never wrapped in prosciutto — that is a great inspiration! Low-calorie, nutritious, and tasty. The perfect meal! Have a wonderful day!

  4. Looks like another tasty and healthy meal Marie. I’ve never combined fish with prosciutto. How did you come up with that idea? You seem to have an endless supply of culinary creativity.

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