Citrus Baked Fish Recipe
Salmon fillets are drizzled with a blend of lemon, lime, and orange juice in this quick and easy baked fish dinner packed with citrus flavor.
Tilapia fillets are bathed in lemon juice and melted butter, seasoned with garlic and parsley, and baked to flaky perfection.
You can use any kind of fish fillet for this quick and easy recipe. The fish is covered with seasoned bread crumbs, butter, parsley, and lemon zest and baked in the oven.
Salmon fillets are baked with lemon, rosemary, olive oil, and coarse salt in this simple preparation for an impressive romantic meal!
The salmon was easy to prepare, but the citrus flavor was overpowering and otherwise the dish tasted uninteresting. To be fair, I may have overcooked it and I generally prefer to saute or broil fish rather than baking it.
This turned out really good. The citrus really came though and also made the salmon super tender. I did change it up in the last few minutes due to personal preference. We like a "crust" on ours. So, after 15 minutes of baking I pulled it up out of the liquid and placed it on a baking sheet. The spices stayed behind in the liquid so I added some all natural salt substitute along with more parsley and then stuck it under the broiler until it got that golden crust on it we like. I tasted it after 15 minutes and it tasted good but just needed more seasoning in my opinion. Easy fix.
wife doesn't like salmon but she enjoyed this.
Here's a great recipe for baked salmon that is not only delicious, but also quick and easy. Fresh parsley and lemon juice keeps this dinner light.
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Baked fish is a healthy, no-fuss, and delicious dinner option you need in your weekly rotation.