Ingredients

How to make it

  • 1. Preheat oven to 450°F. Cut out four 12”x13” sheets of parchment or tin foil.
  • 2. Season fish lightly with salt and pepper and place in center of paper. Top each fillet with onion, garlic, tomatoes, olives and capers. Dust with red pepper flakes and fresh oregano. Drizzle olive oil and sprinkle lemon zest on top.
  • 3. Fold and seal each packet, tucking in folds to prevent steam from escaping. Lightly brush outside of packets with oil to prevent burning.
  • 4. Place on a large baking sheet and bake for 12-15 minutes.
  • 5. Carefully remove packets to individual serving plates and slit the top of each or let guests open their own. You can also serve this dish by gently sliding the contents from the parchment to plates.
  • Home-cooked meals are a great way to bring the family together at the end of the day, but can often result in a sink full of dirty dishes. Simplify your evening by making and "baking" your meal in one dish—and enjoy quick and easy cleanup afterward!

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  • shandalulu 9 years ago
    I love the idea of using parchment paper that way! Great recipe (:
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  • olivia63 9 years ago
    Cooking fish with this recipe....I can now eat fish!
    I hope if you try it... that you will let me know how you liked it!
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    " It was excellent "
    trigger ate it and said...
    Thank you Olivia for this wonderful recipe talapia is one of my favorite fish. I am anxious to try this with that Italian flare I know I will love it.
    Five forks and a smile:)
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  • irishiz 9 years ago
    I love parchment paper cooking for fish - fish turns out great and, like you said, virtually no clean-up! The ingredients here sounds like a really good combo. Will be trying soon...maybe tonight! Thanks.
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  • chefjayz8 9 years ago
    Thanks Olivia63....I was actually stumped for an idea and then I saw your recipe and woo-laa I got it! I am using a nice piece of Sea Bass getting some great Medittereanen Olives, EVOO & aged Balsamic. This is perfect thank you again!!!
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  • shine 9 years ago
    Wonderfully enticing recipe, both in preparation and tantalizing tastes :-)

    I love fish, and the combination of flavors seem fantastic -- I love Italian food for its simplicity and flavors.

    I have the sense that I will be saying thank you quite often for sharing your recipes :-)

    I'm off to add some of the ingredients to my shopping list!

    Take care,
    Ray
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    " It was excellent "
    chef_irish ate it and said...
    We Love Italian and Fish...So This Is Definately A Keeper! High 5555's
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  • petepras 9 years ago
    Wow! looks like a keeper. Sounds very Mediteranean. I like it.
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  • ttaaccoo 9 years ago
    Very healthy and virtually smells delish! thanks !! to your health!!!! 55555555
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