Baked Fish with Lemon Butter

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Baked Fish with Lemon Butter
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Baked Fish Recipe – Tender and succulent white fish fillets, topped with a flavorful butter and lemon sauce, baked to perfection, and served with a sprinkle of fresh herbs – this baked fish recipe is an easy and delicious way to enjoy seafood. With just a handful of ingredients and minimal preparation, you can have a restaurant-quality dish on your table in no time. This baked fish recipe is a must-try for seafood lovers, perfect for a weeknight dinner or impressing guests. Enjoy!

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How to bake fish:

1. Preheat your oven to 400ºF (200ºC).

2. Pat dry the fish fillet with paper towels and season both sides with garlic powder, salt, and pepper.

3. Arrange the fish in a baking dish and dot it with the butter pieces. Squeeze the 1/2 lemon on top.

4. Bake the fish fillets for 10 to 12 minutes or until it flakes easily with a fork.

5. Garnish the baked fish with lemon slices, fresh chopped parlsey and serve immediately. Enjoy! ❤️ 

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Tips for the baked fish recipe

  • Experiment with different white fish: cod, halibut, haddock, or tilapia…
  • To ensure the fish bakes evenly, try to choose fillets that are similar in size and thickness. If you have varying sizes, adjust the cooking time accordingly.
  • For a crisp and flavorful crust, broil the fish for one or two minutes after baking to give it a golden brown finish.

Can I use frozen fish for this recipe?

Yes, frozen fish can be used for this recipe. Just make sure to fully thaw it before baking for even cooking.

Can I substitute the butter for a healthier alternative?

For a healthier option, you can use olive or coconut oil instead of butter. However, this may slightly alter the flavor of the baked fish.

Can I make this ahead of time and reheat it?

While baked fish is best when served straight out of the oven, you can prep it a few hours ahead and refrigerate it until ready to bake. Just make sure to keep it covered until you’re ready to bake.

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