I’ve been super busy the last few weeks so I have been looking to make dinners that are quick and easy with very little clean up. This one is perfect because the fish does the cooking inside of a parchment paper pouch (hence the “en papillote”) so clean up is as easy as tossing it in the garbage! Lots of julienned veggies get piled on tilapia filets and then topped with sprigs of thyme, lemon slices, a splash of wine and a pat of butter all rolled up into small pouches. This is great because it’s steamed making it a light option for cooking fish but it also holds onto all that flavor! Click here to get the recipe and see how it’s made!
August 10, 2012 By makingitwithdanielle in Recipes, Seafood Tags: carrot, dry white wine, fish en papillote, fish in parchment, how to cook fish in parchment, julienned vegetables, light way to prepare fish, old bay seasoning, onion, parchment paper, red pepper flakes, thyme, tilapia, tilapia filets, vegetarian, white wine, zucchini