Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Baked Fish

I haven't experimented a lot with fish. I was raised on fried, beer-battered catfish and fish sticks. So when it comes to real fish, I am totally clueless. When I came across these...

I got excited. I found them in the frozen food section of my local grocery store. They are individual, 4oz servings, which is awesome if you are just cooking for one. The great thing is that they were only 1 dollar each... so if I totally messed them up, then I wasn't out much.

So here is how it went down:
I sprayed tin foil with a light coat of Pam.
Seasoned the fish with my favorite seasonings
(salt, Italian seasoning, minced garlic)
Add fresh veggies and a tiny bit of butter.
Wrap it up and bake.
I used the recommended temperature and time from the bag.

All in all, it turned out pretty good. Well worth my dollar!

The Tilapia (top picture) was only 140 calories total with broccoli and 29g protein.
The Alaska Pollock (bottom picture) was only 200 calories total and 26g protein.

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