15 Minute Fish

Fish is an excellent source of lean protein, healthy fats and is super simple to make! This 15 minute fish is my go-to for busy weeknights when I prefer to avoid the sugar and salt laden takeout.

Of course, fresh fish is best; however, I always have good quality frozen white fish in my freezer that I put in the fridge the night before so its thawed by the next day.

Lemon, garlic and fresh herbs are always flavour staples in my fridge as they brighten up so many dishes without adding unnecessary calories, sugar or fat. 

Ingredients:

1 Halibut Filet

1 Clove of Garlic

Half of a Lemon

1 Tomato

2 Thyme Sprigs

1/4 tsp Cracked Pepper

1/4 tsp Sea Salt

1 tsp. Olive Oil

Directions: 

Rinse the Halibut Filet and pat dry with a paper towel. Season with Cracked Pepper and Sea Salt. Set Aside.
 
Wash the Tomato and Lemon. Chop the Tomato into large chunks and the Lemon unto half wheels. Peel and roughly chop the Clove of Garlic.
 
Place the Halibut onto a large piece of parchment paper. Roll up the ends of the parchment until it creates a rough bowl shape around the fish. Add the tomato, Lemon, chopped Garlic and Thyme Sprigs. Drizzle with Olive Oil.
 
Bake at 350 for 15 minutes. Don’t over cook the fish! As long as it’s no longer translucent- its done! It should flake away nicely.
 
Transfer onto a ** warmed plate and serve with a green salad or just eat it right out of the parchment paper bowl. 

About Abby: 

Long-time major food lover, wine fanatic and design enthusiast, Abby Ellis, has a passion for creating dishes in the kitchen using simple, wholesome food. 
After completing her education in Communications and Public Relations, Abby moved to the city of Toronto and began to coordinate, manage and execute large, extravagant events for the Television and Entertainment industry. She was then elated to dapple in the design market in Nashville TN on W Network’s hit TV series, Masters of Flip.
It wasn’t long until her beloved absorption with design had met its ultimate match- food! Over the past few years, while splitting her time between Toronto and Nashville TN, Abby has began to document all her culinary and design adventures on social media.
 
Her online community, Life As Abby serves as a backdrop of her life: food, drink, design and love.
 


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