Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Citrus White Fish

I am so proud of myself for making a completely tasty and healthy meal tonight!  This fish had such a nice light citrus buttery taste to it!  There is nothing in this that's bad for you!!!!  We did not use tarter sauce with our fish tonight and we love tarter sauce!  It was so moist and delicious it didn't need it!  I actually ate the centers of oranges with each bite of fish and it was WONDERFUL!!!!  This was SUPER simple to make and I can't wait for you to try it! :)

To keep our meal light and healthy, I made a Tomato, Cucumber and Red Onion Salad.  I simply dressed it with Salt, Pepper and Light Italian Dressing.  It was the PERFECT accompaniment to this fish!  It takes only a few minutes to make and it's delicious!

If you have a larger family than I, simply buy more fish and oranges to suit your family!

Citrus White Fish

Ingredients:
1 lb. (or slightly more) of White Fish (this was 2 good sized fillets for our family)
1/2 Orange, juiced
1-1.5 Oranges, thinly sliced into rings
Lemon Pepper to taste
Dill Weed to taste
Salt to taste

Directions:
Place each of your fillets on an ample piece of Aluminum Foil.  You will be making a foil packet out of them, so make sure you have a big enough piece!
Sprinkle each filet with lemon pepper, dill weed and salt.

Squeeze your half of orange over each piece, evenly distributing among your pieces of fish.

Place your orange slices on top of your fillets.

Next, close up your foil packets into little boats.

Place them into your Slow Cooker.

Cook on LOW for 1.5-2 hours.
Enjoy!
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