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Baked fish ~ 烤鱼


Too lazy to cook dishes for a meal, I opted to whip up this one-dish baked fish for dinner......a wholesome, satisfying and healthy meal.  For me, most important is that it's fuss-free, simple with  no aftermath of cleaning a greasy kitchen!





Baked fish ~  烤鱼

Ingredients

1 Threadfin fish
1 tomato - sliced
1 lemon - sliced
Garlic - chopped
Olive oil
Seasalt
Freshly ground black pepper
Salad greens to serve

Method
Clean the fish, pat dry and score the fish by making 3 diagonal
slits on both sides of the fish
Rub in seasalt and freshly ground black pepper all over the fish
Insert 2 slices of lemon and tomatoes into the fish cavity
Sprinkle on the chopped garlic and olive oil
Pour some oil onto a sheet of alluminium foil
Place the fish and wrap it up
Bake in a preheated oven @ 220 deg.C for 15 mins.
Open up the foil and place the fish on serving plate
Garnish with some shredded purple cabbage and carrot
Serve immediately



Comments

  1. Looks so delicious. Makes me getting hungry again!

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  2. Had some baked rainbow trout the other day too. Love yours too, Cheah.

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