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New recipe: Fiona's Phenomenal Fish Packets!

Hi Blue!


I hate to break it to you, but summer vacation doesn't mean you get a reprieve from cooking dinner. I wish I got a break, too, but someone has to make sure we get nourishing food on the table. With the kids out of school and the sweltering temperatures outside, I'm even less motivated to cook supper than normal. However, I begrudgingly acknowledge that making dinner should be a priority, just like brushing and flossing my teeth. It's a painful necessity that eventually becomes routine.

One easy-peasy dish that's been on constant rotation in my kitchen arsenal lately is parchment wrapped fish packets. I've been trying to feed my family more seafood and one of my favorite ways to do it is by bundling up spiralized veggies, fish, and a flavorful sauce in a pretty packet and baking it in the oven. You can get a tasty meal on the table in about 15 minutes!

If you're unsure about how to cook fish in parchment packets, check out my latest step-by-step recipe: Fiona's Phenomenal Fish Packets!

Some key tips for this recipe:

  • You can assemble the packets the night before and bake them for dinner -- just add a couple of minutes to the baking time if you're cooking them straight from the fridge.
  • If you have fillets that are thicker than 3/4-inch, the cooking time will longer, around 10-15 minutes.
  • Stabbing the packet with a meat thermometer is really the best way to check if your fish is done. Otherwise, just take a packet out and open it. The fish is ready when it's opaque and flaky.
  • No green marinade? A tablespoon of your favorite pesto, chimichurri, or sriracha+mayo will work as well!

Hey! Are any of you guys on Snapchat? I resisted it for as long as possible, but I recently started dabbling with the app and it's pretty fun. My username is michitam (because some cybersquatter took nomnompaleo) and I post some off-the-cuff snaps throughout the day. Normally, I'll snap random pics and videos of stuff I'm eating, buying at the store, or things I find funny. Follow along if that's something you find interesting!

Just a reminder that I'll be on Facebook Live later today at my regularly scheduled time (Tuesdays at 5pm PDT or 8 pm EDT) to show you what I'm cooking for dinner. I'm not totally sure what I'm making yet, but it will probably involve ground beef because that's what I have in my fridge! 



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