Wrapped Fish with Potatoes and Tomatoes

Fish, potatoes and tomatoes are the three main ingredients you need for this Wrapped Fish with Potatoes and Tomatoes recipe. Simple and quick with Mediterranean flavours, it's the perfect mid-week meal!



So, is it really that easy?

Yes!


Place the potatoes, fish and tomatoes onto a sheet of baking paper, season, add the herbs and dressing and bake for 15 minutes. Ridiculously easy right? What’s even better is that you do not necessarily need an expensive fish for this recipe. The rosemary, oregano, lemon, olive oil and balsamic vinegar enhance any fish fillet you may use which makes this recipe even more versatile. Furthermore, cooking the fish in its own juices keeps the fillet moist and extra juicy which is what you want especially if you decide to serve it with rice or quinoa.



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Wrapped Fish with Potatoes and Tomatoes

Serves 4

Prep 10

Cook

250g x 4 white fish fillets, cod fish, ling or snapper

250g cherry tomatoes

2 medium potatoes, sliced into 12 x 2mm slices

2 tbs fresh rosemary leaves

2 tsp dried oregano

2 tbs extra virgin olive oil (plus extra if needed)

1-2 tbs balsamic vinegar

1 tbs fresh lemon juice

Plenty of Sea salt and pepper

Garnish with fresh parsley or coriander

1. Preheat oven 200°C fan forced / 220°C conventional oven / 425°. Arrange 4 large sheets of baking paper.


2. In a bowl whisk together the olive oil, balsamic vinegar and lemon juice.


3. Place onto each piece of baking paper 3 slices of potatoes overlapping then top each with a piece of fish and the tomatoes.


4. Season, add the herbs, and then drizzle over the top the olive oil mixture.


5. Fold the paper over the fish and seal it together.


6. Bake for 30 minutes depending on the thickness of the fish fillet.


7. Allow standing for a few minutes before serving. Garnish with fresh herbs and drizzle EVOO.


8. Optional to serve with steamed rice, broccoli, sweet potato wedges or a lettuce salad.



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