It’s the simplest way to prepare a white fish fillet (such as Fresh Cod or Haddock or Tilapia or Bass). So much flavour… so easy, healthy and tasty! Ideal for busy weeknights.
Fast and easy to prepare, and no frying is needed! Oven-baked fish is a perfect alternative to the more caloric fried version.
Baking is easier than frying as you don’t need to stand at the stove and actively cook it. You just put the fish in the oven and take it out when it’s ready – so easy! You can multitask while the fish is baking – for example, make the salad!
It’s a “lemony” variation from this “cheesy” Crispy Oven-Baked Fish Fillets Fast2eat.
- 4 Fish fillet - such as Fresh Cod or Haddock or Tilapia or Bass or any other white fish fillets
- 5 tbsp Lemon juice
- 5 tbsp Butter - melted or Margarine
- 1 tbsp Garlic - minced
- 1 tbsp Hondashi - *
- Cilantro - also known as coriander (fresh leaves chopped or dried)
- 1/2 cup All-purpose flour
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- Parsley - Fresh
- Lemon zest
- Preheat oven to 450 F (230 C). I prefer to use the Countertop Oven than the big stove one. It’s time and energy saver.
- In a small container, mix lemon juice, Margarine (or melted butter), Garlic, Hondashi, Parsley and Coriander.
- In a separate container, mix flour, salt and paprika
- Dip fillets in lemon juice mixture, then in flour mixture to coat both sides.
- Transfer the prepped fish to the parchment-covered baking sheet. Drizzle with remaining lemon juice mixture. Bake (uncovered) until fish begins to flake easily with a fork, about 15 minutes (or more depending on thickness). If need, broil for about 60 seconds to get a little bit of a golden crust.
- When it’s done baking, if you like, garnish with parsley and lemon zest or any other fresh herbs all over the fish to make it even more yummy and mouthwatering!
- Serve the baked fish with a side salad, white or Broccoli rice, mashed or baked potatoes, sauteed or spinach soufflé, asparagus, or some fresh vegetables for a healthy meal any time.
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