Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Lemon Oregano Whitefish Packet w/ Asparagus

  • 100g whitefish
  • asparagus (allowed amount)
  • juice of one lemon
  • 1 t oregano
  • salt/pepper

    1. Preheat the oven to 400F.
    2. Snap off woody ends of asparagus and discard.
    3. Tear off a large sheet of non-stick aluminum foil.
    4. In the center of this sheet, place asparagus spears and sprinkle with salt/pepper.
    5. Place whitefish on top of asparagus.
    6. In small bowl, combine lemon juice & oregano, and pour over fish.
    7. Fold up edges and completely seal packet on all sides.
    8. Bake 10-20 mins, until fish flakes.
    9. Serve.

  • 24 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    This recipe is GREAT!! I put it in a casserole dish, however, instead of tinfoil... I think the tinfoil method sounds good for camping. My (skinny, non-dieting husband liked it too. This is a recipe that I'll use in regular life. I'm grateful to find a fun way to cook asparagus. We pick it wild in the spring and have lots. Thanks, Kathy

    Anonymous said...

    These recipes are awesome! I recommend these to everyone I meet. Please keep up the good work. You have great ideas! This is actually the very best I have found! thanks! (:

    simonsenfamily said...

    I am wondering how much asparagus is allowed on this diet?

    Motab Mama said...

    why are we not getting any new recipes? I would love to get some!

    Anonymous said...

    When making this recipe be careful when adding the lemon. I added juice of 1 lemon and it was so over powering to the asparagus I could not eat it. The fish was lemony to. It is a great tasting recipe just watch out for to much lemon!

    Melina said...

    I only used 1/2 lemon, and it was still extremely lemony...but still good. Nice way to cook fish!

    resep brownies said...

    I always love cooking , and this is a very god article ,thanks

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    brie18719 said...

    going to try this tonite for dinner, sounds yummy!

    Anonymous said...

    Highly recommended. One of my fav hcg phase 2 recipes so far! Thanks!

    mmiissee said...

    What kind of fish is considered as
    "white fish"?

    Thank you!

    Southern Belle said...

    I also crushed my melba toast (since I hadn't had mine for today) spices and sprinkled it on top. I agree about the 1/2 lemon!

    Lindsey said...

    This Looks SOOOOoo good, great info

    Anonymous said...

    This is great! I too made this for my husband who is not doing the diet. He loved it. I Liked how lemony it was (Maybe i used a smaller lemon) anyways this is a new fav.

    Anonymous said...

    This was very good and I plan on making it again. Next time I will cut the lemon in half, though. It was very strong! But other than that, very good and easy. Thanks!

    deeLish said...

    You have some great recipes, thank you for your creative ideas.

    Dwain said...

    We liked this one. Used 1/2 lemon. Easy and good.

    Anonymous said...

    This was not one of my favorites. I did use a whole lemon and it was very overpowering. I also could not eat it. the asparagus in general just wasn't good tonight. I'll try again, and use less lemon and just the casserole dish. It was difficult unfolding the foil to find that it wasn't done. I just made a big mess trying to refold it and keep all the juice inside.

    Anonymous said...

    This is a great recipe that would complement the hcg drops diet that I am engaged into..I also think that this is something that anyone can do..

    hcg pellet said...

    Excellent recipe. Thanks so much!

    Anonymous said...

    I followed this recipe exactly, it was AMAZNG and super EASY for those of us with limited culinary skills. I was totally full; I used 100g of white flounder. I wonder if I should have cooked more at once? How long do think it would keep? BTW, my 7 and 9 year old each had a small bite and gave it a thumbs up!

    Anonymous said...

    This recipe is AMAZING!!! I am so happy with it. I stuck with the recipe as is including using a foil and It was great. Many places I saw 10 Asparagus is good, So I did that. The lemon was perfect for me. Also, I am probably the clumsiest person ever and I did not make a mess preparing this. My skinny can-eat-whatever-he-wants-and-remain-thing boyfriend loved this recipe as well. I've made it 3 times so far and every time it came out perfect and we were both satisfied.

    Anonymous said...

    This recipe is AMAZING!!! I am so happy with it. I stuck with the recipe as is including using a foil and It was great. Many places I saw 10 Asparagus is good, So I did that. The lemon was perfect for me. Also, I am probably the clumsiest person ever and I did not make a mess preparing this. My skinny can-eat-whatever-he-wants-and-remain-thing boyfriend loved this recipe as well. I've made it 3 times so far and every time it came out perfect and we were both satisfied.