Fish is good for you. It’s low in fat, high in Omega-3, and a good source of protein.
OK, if it’s so fabulous, then why don’t we eat it more often?
You’re probably saying … “I don’t like fish.” Well, I have a recipe that might surprise you. Most people like fresh pineapple. And there’s something about tangy fruit salsa served with baked fish that is hard to resist.
Are you thinking … “every time I try to cook fish it never works out.”
Maybe you don’t have a reliable recipe that makes delicious, moist fish time after time … I’ve got the answer for you, and it’s much easier than you think 🙂
|Start with two medium sized fillets. These ones are from the regular grocery store. You can also buy your fish from a fish shop, or poissonnerie.
I’m using trout, but you could use salmon…
|Line a baking dish with tin foil.
Remove the fish from the package and place directly on the foil. Don’t bother trying to remove the fish skin now, as it comes off easier once cooked.
|To make the fruit salsa, you’ll need tiny pieces of pineapple, and fresh mango …|
|… mixed together with a very little bit of chopped jalapeno and some finely chopped red onion.|
|To make the dressing, you need some fresh lime juice, honey, spices, and some olive oil.|
|Pour the dressing over the fruit salsa, and stir to combine the flavours.|
|Bake the fish while you’re making rice and asparagus. This dinner is ready to eat in about 28 minutes.
Price per serving $3.45 for the fish and salsa; $4.11 with the rice and asparagus.
These 7 images are just a sampling of the 15 photos that make up the step-by-step illustrated lesson for Trout with Fruit Salsa (Recipe 1.8) . The complete recipe lesson is available in Successful Home Cooking. My goal? To help you become a successful at-home cook. To order your copy of the 122-page full-colour book, click here.
If you have any questions about fish or anything else, just send me a note. You can always reach me at Shelley@OneRoastChicken.com.
All best wishes, and bon appetit!
Shelley MacDonald Beaulieu,
Owner & Head Chef
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