So my husband has been on a strange little diet for the past while because according to him, and only him, he needs to lose weight. Pff whatever. Either way, I figured I would share with you one of my favorite recipes that has to do with fish since today’s prompt is fish and I made some delicious fish for his lunch today!
All you need in order to make this dish is a pie tin or some kind of baking tin large enough to fit the fish but small enough that there isn’t a wide gap between the edges of the dish and the fitting of the fish. Don’t need any fancy stuff, just the pie tin, but if you want to save yourself some time with cleanup, you can use tinfoil to line the inside. I generally do two wraps of tinfoil because I normally don’t have a whole lot of extra time to myself.
Fish (choose from below)
For this dish, I like using a light fish like flounder or swai, whitefish works as well as it too has a delicate taste. Sprinkle some of the following seasonings in the tin itself : Ground Thyme, Pepper (Preferably white, it blends better), paprika, and italian seasoning. Make sure the seasonings cover the area where the fish will be laying. Place the fish into the dish, then sprinkle the same seasonings over top of the fish.
Once you have the fish seasoned, lightly drizzle some worcestershire sauce into the container but not on the fish itself. You want the fish to have sort of a sauce bath, which is why I say keep the container sort of based on the size of the fish. It will get where it needs to go as it cooks. Then take your lemon juice and squirt it lightly, a few drops per piece of fish. If it’s a long piece of fish like a whiting, sprinkle some at the bottom, middle then the top. Voila, you’re ready to put it in the oven! Make sure the oven is at 350, leave it in for about 40-45 minutes and you have delicious fish ready for eating. It’s light, healthy, and tastes rather delicious!