Baked White Fish in Parchment
Posted On February 16, 2011
- 5 ounces of White fish
- lemon slices
- orange slices
- 1 onion, sliced
- dash salt and pepper
- pinch dill
- Preheat oven to 350. Salt and pepper the fish on both sides.
- Place onion on bottom of parchment paper. Aluminum foil can be used. Then place fish on top of onions.
- Place lemon and orange slices on top of fish and then top off with fresh dill.
- Fold parchment paper so that the ends and top are securely closed to allow the fish to steam. Place in pan and bake for about 20-30 minutes or until flaky.
NOTE: You can use any mild white fish for this recipe. If another veggie is to be eaten, then discard onions along with the lemon slices, orange slices and dill. If not, then enjoy with the onions. Fennel bulbs sliced thinly instead of onions will give fish a slight anise flavor. If choosing fennel bulbs, then substitute thyme, oregano, rosemary or other herb for the dill.