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Baked Fish on Rice

I’m still working on how I want to format recipes, so bear with me.  This next one is a dish I make all the time because it’s pretty easy, inexpensive, and healthy.  I call it baked fish on rice with broccoli, because every dish needs a name 😀  Recipe follows all the pictures!20120519-185004.jpg

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This recipe has three parts:  the fish, the rice, and the broccoli.

Ingredients:

2 fish fillets

Olive oil

lemon juice

white wine (doesn’t really mattter what kind.

Seasonings (I use garlic salt and Italian seasonings)

1 cup white rice

1 onion

1 broccoli crown

Fish:

I use frozen fish, those giant bags you can get at Kroger.  So, first I pull out two fillets and set them in a hot bowl of water.  You can do cold too or defrost in the fridge, but I’m impatient.  Once they have thawed, pour half the wine and lemon juice into your baking dish.  Brush fish with oil, then place in the baking dish.  Pour remaining wine and lemon juice over the fish, then season.  Pop in the oven at 350 for about 9 minutes.

Rice:

Add one cup of rice to two cups of water in a pot and bring to a boil.  Chop one onion and sauté.  Add the onion and seasonings to the rice as it begins to boil and stir.  Then cover and turn heat down to low for 15 minutes.

Broccoli:

Chop broccoli into desired pieces.  I used my nifty rice cooker (which always seems to burn my rice L) to steam them, adding the seasonings to the broccoli while it steamed.

Presentation:

Dish out half the rice onto a plate.  Place one fillet on top of the rice, then spoon the juice from the bottom of the pan on top.  Finally, place the broccoli off to one side.  Ta-da!  Is super yummy 😀