Fabbo Fish Bake
prep time: I don't know--how long does it take to chop a few vegetables and lay some fish in a dish? 10 minutes???
cook time: 25 minutes
serves: 4 adults and 3 small children
1) package (approx 400 g) frozen fish fillets - wild salmon thawed
2) package (approx 400 g) frozen white fish (tilapia or sole preferably) thawed
3) 2 large carrots chopped into thin circles
4) 2 stalks celery chopped into thin half moons
5) heaping cup shredded cheddar cheese
Drain all liquid from your fish fillets, and pat them dry either with a clean dish towel (environmentally friendly of course), or enviro-friendly paper towels.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
In a greased (butter, olive oil--your choice) casserole dish that will nicely contain all your fish fillets (the 9 inch one does the trick), slap your salmon fillets down. Lay your white fish fillets on top of the salmon. Spread chopped carrots and celery evenly over fish. Spread cheese evenly over top.
Cover with foil, dull side out, and bake for 25 minutes.
Seriously, you're done. You just have to make some sort of side dish now. Wanna make my yummy, extra nutritious mashed potatoes? Click HERE for recipe.
Well, here's your fish...and look, there's a few of those super yummy, incredibly nutritious muffins you made (want to make them? Click HERE!)
good thing dinner's going to be easy, you STILL haven't done the dishes
dropped this on the way to the organics bin $@#&!!!
slap down the salmon...
white fish on top
on it goes (good colours, no?)
EVERYTHING tastes better with cheese. Cover this baby and send it to the oven!
in the meantime, start making that sandwich for the picky kid
Yay! Sister's here!
Oh, I haven't seen you in ages!...two days??? (check out that double chin...sheesh)
Looks rather elegant, don't ya think? And check out that colourful plate. Bravo, Chubby karen, bravo!
After a meal that satisfying, it's time for a little fun with the dress-up box ("karen, don't post that batman pic of me on your blog")
Arrrrr, me hearties, make this Fabbo Fish Bake ye scurvy knaves