Lemon Fish

Lemon Fish

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This is a great recipe you can try to incorporate more fish into your diet. Health Canada recommends at least 2 (4 ounce or 75 grams) servings of fish per week, as fish contains healthy omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamin D and various other nutrients. This recipe is high in Vitamins D, E, B6, B12, and potassium. The recipe takes minimal prep time, and is very quick and simple to make. Although we used halibut fillets, you can substitute any variety of fish depending on your preference, we recommend: Salmon, Sardine, Trout, Herring or Mackerel.


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6 (4 – 6 ounce)    Halibut fillets

1 Tbsp                   Dill weed, dried

1 Tbsp                   Onion powder

2 tsp                      Parsley, dried

¼ tsp                    Paprika

1 pinch                  Salt

1 pinch                  Lemon pepper

1 pinch                  Garlic powder

2 Tbsp                  Lemon juice


Servings: 6



  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Place each fillet on an aluminum foil square, and add all the dry ingredients. Squeeze the lemon juice over the fillets, and fold the foil sheets. Make sure that each fillet is covered completely.
  3. Bake in oven for 30 minutes.


Recipe adapted from AllRecipes.com