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Here is how I made Fish w/lemon

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RECIPE: LEMONY BAKED FISH  

 

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INGREDIENTS:  

1lb. fish fillets of your choice  

1/4 cup chicken broth  

4-6 lemon slices  

20 sprays of immitation butter spray  

1/8 tsp. pepper  

1 tbsp. dried parsley  

 

DIRECTIONS:  

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Arrange fish in a 9×13″ baking  

dish. Top with remaining ingredients. Bake fish, uncovered,  

for 10 minutes per inch of thickness, or until fish flakes  

easily with a fork.  

(from gophercentral)

The recipe above is quite delicious.  I have my own way of making it.

*Your saute or fry pan

*Add just enough water to cover bottom of pan

*Cut fresh lemon in half and squeeze some of the juice into the water; or use lemon juice from the bottle about 1/8 of teaspoon

*Add frozen or fresh fillets of your choice (my favorites are sole and tilapia)

* Over medium heat, let frozen fish defrost; let fresh fish reach the half cooked point

*Sprinkle some additional lemon on top of fish

*Add two tablespoons of butter substitute (I use “I can’t believe it’s not butter”)

*By the time the butter melts over the fish, your fish is cooked through and ready to serve.

*Sprinkle your favorite spice on top and serve (my favorite spice is curry powder)

*Serve with a side of asparagus cooked exactly the same way. very delicious.fish is served

Written by Lara Nieberding, Online Business Manager

March 5, 2008 at 11:48 PM

Posted in Recipes

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