Thursday, 17 October 2013

.Fish dish.

Here's a favourite meal of ours. It's quick and super easy to make and (most importantly) delicious. Even the kids will eat it which pretty much makes any healthy meal a winner in our house.
First, take a couple of pieces of good quality white fish. I used pink ling here. Place a big piece of baking paper (enough to wrap around the fish a few of times) in a baking dish and put the fish in the middle. Top the fish with lots of different seasonings and sauces - this always changes for me depending on what I've got around, but usually includes ginger, garlic, parsley, dill, tumeric, salt, pepper, soy sauce and honey. Then slice up a lemon and pop that over the top.
Next, chop up heaps of veggies into thin strips. Once again, depends what I've got in the fridge but usually includes red and green capsicum, zucchini, celery, carrots, spring onions, etc.
Pile the veggies on top of your fish.
Using the baking paper, wrap everything up and fold the edges over making sure that there are no gaps in the baking paper.
Bake in a moderate oven for 15-20 minutes until the fish is cooked through.
Remove from oven and serve fish and veggies with some couscous or rice. We like couscous that has been cooked in stock with some sultanas, pistachios and pepitas mixed through. Enjoy!


Anonymous said...

Looks delicious and healthy.

Christine said...

great idea!

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