Fish in Foil

- POSTED ON: Jan 30, 2012

 Makes 1 serving


4 oz boneless mild white fish fillet (like Tilapia, Cod, etc)
1/2 cup sweet raw green peppers, cut into chunks
1/2 cup sliced raw mushrooms
2 tablespoons raw onions, cut into chunks
1/4 teaspoon Greek Seasoning (Cavender's)


Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Place large sheet of tinfoil on baking sheet
and spray foil with nonstick coating.
Chop onions, slice mushrooms
Slice and cut up green bell peppers
Place 4oz piece of fish on top of foil
Sprinkle with half of the greek seasoning
Cover with vegetables, sprinke with the remaining seasoning.
Bring all foil together, lightly covering the fish and veggies.
Bake for 20 - 25 minutes. 

Makes 1 Serving 

Calories: 139
Net Carbs  5 grams
Protein 22.9 grams

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On Jan 30, 2012 Karen925 wrote:
Beautiful! I enjoy all of those foods. Nice to see a fun way to put them together.

On Jan 30, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Karen.

On Feb 10, 2012 Karen925 wrote:
Is the fish frozen? I am making this recipe tonight:-)

On Feb 10, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, I used thawed out frozen fish for this recipe. Let me know how yours turns out. <3

On Feb 11, 2012 Karen925 wrote:
It turned out fabulous. I served my protion over roasted spaghetti squash. The rest of the family had theirs over wild rice pilaf.

On Feb 11, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, I'm so happy that you liked it. =)

On Feb 17, 2012 rross wrote:
This is what I eat and how I prepare my fish most days of the week. Sometimes I add broccoli instead of the pepper. I prepare chicken the same way. If I'm short of time, I use baking paper/micro bowl and cook it in the microwave. Really delicious! Thanks for your fabulous and informative website Phyllis.

On Feb 18, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             rross, thank you for your kind words. Eating this way is clearly working for you. Congratulations on being so successful in Maintenance. Good idea about using baking paper and microwave cooking. I think I'll try that out soon, myself. <3

On May 08, 2012 123philhunting wrote:
I make a similar dish all the time with a variety of fish on the grill... Never used mushrooms but will tonight.. I do like adding grape tomatoes and 1 tbs of white wine!!!

On May 08, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             philhunting, Hope you enjoy the addition of mushrooms. It seems like to some like I put them in everything, but I'm very fond of them. Sometimes I also cook with a small amount of wine, but I actually prefer substituting broth because I'm not fond of the distinctive tastes that alcoholic beverages have. Grape tomatoes would make a beautiful dish, and I love tomatoes, but my personal preference is for my hot tomatoes to be more sauce-like. <3

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