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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Savoury Fish

Today's post is straying from my original resolution about trying new recipes...but it's for a very good reason!  This month we will help my parents celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary.  40 years...that is just awesome!  Such an inspiration!

In honour of their anniversary, I asked my Mom to share with me one of her tried and true of the ones that has been around for the long haul.  She had a few suggestions, two of which had also come to my mind when I first thought about writing this post.  Her final choice was Savoury Fish.  She has prepared this dish for us forever.  I can remember having it when my brother and I were kids, and there would never be leftovers.  Now that I'm all grown up and married and have my own family, I make this dish for my crew...and still there are never any leftovers.  My husband and oldest son love it that much! (the baby is too young to have it yet) It's funny that my Mom would think of sharing this recipe as I just recently shared this recipe with both of my's hoping that they and their families enjoy it too!

It is a super easy dish to prepare, great for after work when you might be in a rush.  Lots of colour to the dish too, which is nice!

I do make mine slightly different than my Mom (she steams the broccoli first, I don't).  Here is the recipe:

1 pound fish fillets (cod, sole, halibut)
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
1/8 cup chopped onions
1 cup chopped tomatoes
1 can Cream of Mushroom soup
¼ cup white wine (optional)
½ cup grated cheese (we tend to use more, we like melted cheese!)

Place fish in shallow baking dish.  Season with salt and pepper.  Arrange broccoli around fish and sprinkle with onions and tomatoes. Cover with mixture of soup and wine. Sprinkle with cheese.  Bake at 450F for 25 minutes.  Serve with rice or pasta.

We do love this dish.  We have it every few weeks, and never get bored of it!

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  1. Sounds good! Our family loves cheese too! Printing this out to try. :) Thanks for sharing a family favorite.

  2. Yum! Delicious! I'm always looking for a good fish dish. I need to eat more of it at home. Thank you!

    1. You are welcome! I hope you enjoy it. Thanks so much for stopping by :-)

  3. Looks good! Happy anniversary to your parents!

    1. Thanks Kristina! I hope you give the recipe a try. And 40 years - what a great milestone!!


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