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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Salmon in Foil Packets

This is how I got my daughters to eat fish... It was something I taught them how to make when they were young, and they enjoyed having the fun making them for the family.

Baked Salmon in Foil packets

Salmon Filet (1 serving per person)
Sliced onion
Lemon sliced 1/4 inch thick
Lemon Pepper


To make foil packets, rip off foil large enough to make a packet for each person.
Place fish in center of foil that has been rubbed with butter.
Sprinkle with Dill, Lemon Pepper, Parsley, salt and pepper (to your taste).
Place onion slices on top of fish
Place lemon slices on fish
Place 2 pats of butter on top.
Seal up foil by bringing up edges and rolling top, then rolling in edges to make a sealed packet.  This will allow the fish to steam.

Place the fish packets into a preheated 450 degree oven.  They should bake for15 min.
Remove to each plate to serve.  Be careful when you open packets, the steam is very hot.
Serve with Rice, Steamed vegetables, and salad for a light healthy dinner.

We usually buy the Salmon filets in the seafood department in the freezer section. 
Defrost under hot water, and assemble. 

This goes great with Noodle Rice Pilaf recipe here on the blog, we always make them together....


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