Fish en Papillote

Want a super easy, totally fun way to cook fish the whole family will love? Yes. Yes you do … Seafood Nutrition Partnership recently launched their Little Seafoodies campaign to help moms and dads discover new ways to encourage their kids (and them too) to eat more seafood. Here’s one of their fabulous super easy, totally fun ways to cook fish the whole family will love–Mediterranean-style fish baked in parchment paper … guaranteed to make the kitchen smell so lovely, even the neighbors will want to join you for dinner–which could be a good thing, or not 😉

Find out how you can win a $50 gift card to Whole Foods where you can get sustainably-sourced seafood and make your own fabulous fish dish at home.

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Fish en Papillote
4 – 6oz fish fillets
4 Tbsp capers
1 cup olives, mixed and pitted
1 cup grape tomatoes, halved
4 garlic cloves
4 lemon slices
2-3 Tbsp olive oil
10-12 fresh thyme springs (or other herbs)
1/2 cup white wine (or use vegetable broth)
Salt and pepper to taste
Parchment bags, 1 per serving

SNP Tip: Make meal time interactive. Kids’ curious minds will have fun opening a mystery bag on their plate

Heat oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit. Season fish with salt and pepper, place one fillet into a bag with a slice of lemon and herbs.

Saute capers, olives, tomatoes, garlic in olive oil and deglaze with wine (or broth). Evenly distribute into bags, and place on oven-safe dish. Bake at 400 degrees, 10-12 minutes. Serve with whatever floats your boat ; )

Note, Chef Ryan Nelson from Late Harvest Kitchen originally designed the recipe to serve two, but I increased the portions to four. And once you make it, you’ll love the ease of cooking with parchment bags so next time, don’t be afraid to take out things you don’t like and add more of what you do. Stay tuned for more kid-friendly, parent-approved seafood recipes … check out the SNP website for more delicious ways to cook fish that the whole family will love.

NOW … here’s how to enter to win the $50 Whole Foods gift card:

  1. Follow @Seafood4Health on Instagram
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  3. Follow @ShaunaNosler on Instagram
  4. Leave a comment here and tell me what type of seafood dish you want to make AND let me know what kind of recipes you’d like to see more of

Do all four things, and you get four entries! Winner will be chosen at random and announced one week from today, Wednesday, April 3.

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