Fish In Parchment With Vegetable And Fried Rice

This is something I haven’t made for years. It’s actually very easy to do and a great way to do fish. I really like fish but it’s something we don’t have often, my wife says it smells the house up to much. In parchment baked in the oven there is no odour. Will break this into 2 recipes first the fish then the vegetables.

2 cod fillets (this is for 2 people)

4 green onions chopped in 3 inch pieces

6 slices of lemon

2 teaspoons butter

salt and pepper to taste

Take a piece of parchment (one for each piece of fish) fold in half and crease the fold. Salt and pepper the fish, place on parchment, spread butter on each fillet, top with green onions, then lemon. Fold parchment over, make a parcel crimping the edges tightly.

You can use what ever vegetables you like, just remember hardest ones on the bottom softer as you add. This is what I made because we are having the fish with fried rice.

3 large mushrooms cut into 12 pieces

2 ribs bok choy cut in 1 inch pieces the green part trimmed off and pulled apart in large pieces

1/3 of a red pepper cut in 4 pieces

4 green onions cut in 3 inch pieces

2 cloves minced garlic

1 teaspoon teriyaki sauce

1 teaspoon sesame oil

Salt and pepper to taste

Split the vegetables equally on 2 pieces of parchment, mushrooms, then bok choy, red pepper, bok choy greens, green onions. Fold tightly into a parcel.

Place the parcels on a baking sheet and put in a preheated 350 oven. Bake for 30 minutes. You can serve the parcels on  plate or open them and serve the fish on top of the vegetables.

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