30 Apr Easy Fish Parcels
A common excuse people use for not eating more fish is that they don’t know how to cook it. I understand, fish can be fiddly – but by cooking fish wrapped up in a paper parcel you remove all the fuss and difficulty (it also stops your kitchen smelling like fish).
All fish is a great source of protein for healthy growth, omega-3-fatty acids for brain and hormonal health and a good source of minerals such as iodine and selenium.
When buying fish try to choose sustainable breeds which have been caught via ethical fishing practices, for guidance check out the Best Fish Guide.
- 2 fillets of firm white fish
- 1 lemon sliced
- 4 thin slices of ginger
- handful of chopped coriander or herb of choice
- 2 bok choy, split and washed
- 1 sliced carrot
- 3-6 spears of asparagus of sprouting broccoli
- 2 tbs tamari
- 2 tsp sesame oil
- pinch of pepper
- Cut two 35cm x 35cm squares of baking paper.
- Split the ingredients evenly between the two sheets of paper, laying the fish the the bottom and everything else on top.
- Fold the paper together along the top and tie the ends like a bonbon with string.
- Place in the over at 180C for 18-20 minutes, depending on thickness of fish.
- Remove from oven, unfold being careful of the steam and enjoy.