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i’m so tired of these leading men who treat women like shit until they meet the “right” kind of girl who is worthy of their respect
revealing that they were a good guy all along
i’m so tired of being told my humanity is negotiable
Easy Baked Fish Parcels
I recently learned how to make these and they’re delicious and nutritious. You can add or subtract many different things to make it as fancy or not fancy as you want, I have just found that these things are pretty cost effective and also make it a very nutritious meal with little effort!
For one serving you will need:
- 1 fish fillet (I use cod mostly, but you can get any sort of white fish). It can be frozen or fresh. Frozen tends to be cheaper and tastes just as good!
- Handful or 2 of spinach
- 1 tomato or a few cherry tomatoes
- 1/4 of a red onion
- Some type of fat (butter or olive oil work best)
- Lemon juice (optional but delicious)
- Salt and Pepper
- Aluminium foil to wrap your parcel in
Preheat the oven to 400F/200C. On a tray lay out the aluminium foil (about 12-14” long unless your fish is big), and put the spinach in the middle, then place the fish fillet on the spinach and season with salt and pepper. Chop up your tomato or halve your cherry tomatoes and put them on top of the fish, as well as some chopped up red onion. Then sprinkle on your oil, or place a pat of butter in the middle of the fish. If you’re using the lemon juice, sprinkle some of that on too. Wrap the foil at the top so it makes a parcel and bake for 18-25 minutes! (18-20 for fresh fish, 22-25 for frozen)
In my experience I can get four meals out of four fillets, a bag of spinach, 1 onion, and a box of cherry tomatoes. It is rich in protein and nutrients, so maybe this is your ‘splurge’ meal for the day or something a little more special, but it doesn’t require many cooking skills, equipment or effort and you have something healthy really quickly! If you have one, a baking tray in the oven or something below the parcel can prevent any spillage, as the fish makes a nice sauce in itself while it bakes.
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