Fish is one of the healthiest sources of protein we can eat, and is also chock full of omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin D. The Canada Food Guide recommends we eat at least two servings of fish per week.
In our quest to add more fish into our diet, Jamie and I tested out this super-fast and easy baked fish recipe, which is layered with colourful veggies for a delectable dinner that’s packed with nutrients! All the goodness in one eye-pleasing dish makes it a winner in my books!
As for the prep, there’s nothing to it: simply layer everything in a glass baking dish, pop in the oven, and serve!!
Many thanks to my friend Tanya Foyle for sharing this recipe with us!
Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Bake Time: 20 to 25 minutes at 400 degrees F
Frozen Basa filets, or other white fish
Grated Cheese of your choice
Wash and dry fresh kale and spinach, and layer in the bottom of a 9 X 12″ glass baking dish. Spread fish fillets on top in a single layer, then top with sliced red pepper and a layer of asparagus. Drizzle fresh salsa over the middle and top with grated cheese of your choice. Bake and serve!
It’s easy to adjust the servings to suit dinner for two, or a crowd! We recommend making extra, though. The leftovers make fantastic lunches the next day!!
Delicious, nutrient-packed meals don’t have to be complicated or time consuming. This layered fish dish gets five stars from the Fitz Family! Drop us a comment below if you tried this recipe, and feel free to click the share buttons below! Mmmm…time for lunch!
XO J & K