Jamie Eason's LiveFit Recipes: Fish In Foil
What could possibly be better than a dish high in protein but low in calories and fat? A dish that is super easy to prepare and even easier to clean up, of course! It is no secret that fish is an excellent source of lean protein and with it's anti-inflammatory benefits from omega-3's, consuming fish at least a few times a week, is becoming more and more popular.
With this "fish in foil" recipe, you can use any variety of fish that you like, combined with any of your favorite vegetables. As a matter of fact, this dish is so easy to prepare that you can customize each piece of fish to accommodate any picky eater in the house. Steaming the fish and vegetables within a pouch yields such a moist piece of fish, that you'll likely never make your fish any other way again.
Jamie Eason's Fish In Foil
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Fish In Foil Recipe
Total Calories: 199
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees
- Use one piece of foil per fish.
- Add lemon juice.
- Sprinkle fish seasoning on top.
- Add pepper, lemon slices.
- Add veggies on top.
- Fold into foil down from the top leaving air for steaming
- Place each foil on a cookie sheet and bake for 14-15 min.
Jamie's Fish In Foil Recipe. PDF (69.3 KB)
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Oh. Em. GEEEE!!!! Made this tonight and it was deeeeelicious. I agree with allymeen22 -- after 15 mins it wasn't done so we let it go another 10...PERFECT! I loved how the lemon juices, when combined with the fish juices, looked like lemon butter...certainly fooled my brain and tongue into thinking so! This will be a frequent dish in our newly-"Clean" kitchen!
Done this even before i see this video. Can't fine Tilapia inSingapore. Use sutchi fish instead.
I sprinkle oilve oil, French herb, pepper and a little cayenne pepper and a little salt. It taste really good.
As for veg, I use some frozen mix veg. Put them in a parchment paper sprinkle salt and a little butter. Wrap it up, Bake both in the oven for 20 mins. Mmmmm..yummy!!