This recipe is super simple + super versatile.
- Basically the idea is take a large square of tinfoil–
- Place fish of choice
- Seasonings of choice
- Vegetables of choice inside
- Make a pouch–and bake it until it’s nice and ready.
How simple is that? Bake at 350 degrees for 20 or so minutes or until fish flakes. There you have it. Protein, healthy carbs, and a simple dinner that can be prepped in 10 minutes or less.
Fresh fish is best, but frozen works just as well. Mahi, Tuna, Salmon, Tilapia, Snapper, whatever you fancy.
When adding the vegetables part, think small. Chop all of the veggies you want to add in smaller pieces so everything can cook evenly.
Think Themes! You could have a mexican style fish with cilantro, peppers, onions, tomato and top it with avocado when it comes out of the oven. Or italian with tomatoes, garlic, basil. Get creative.
I laid my tinfoil down, and placed a large boy choy leaf. Next I seasoned my fish with some sea salt, garlic, and pepper. After that I added some lemon. Now add the veggies.I went with garlic, ginger, red peppers, carrots, and broccoli. Lastly I added a tbsp of soy sauce over top of the whole thing.
It took about 25 minutes baking at 350. The vegetables were steamed just right, the fish was great, and it was something different.
GET CREATIVE. Can you think of a healthy fish/veggie bake that you could make right now? Share your ideas!