What’s Cookin’ – Easy Baked Fish Filets

This is one of those recipes that I make off the top of my head.  When I was a working mom, it was something that I could make in a hurry, since it only takes a few minutes to put together and to bake.  It’s versatile, too.  When catfish filets and lemon pepper seasoning was all the rage, that’s what I used.  Now that Tilapia is the fish filet of choice, I use it, but vary the seasonings a bit.  The recipe is also easily adaptable for however many servings you need to make.

So, if you want an easy fish entrée that makes another good Lenten meal, try making these Easy Baked Fish Filets.  They come out nicely steamed and tender with a light touch of seasoning.

And, because it’s a simple dish, most kids will love them, too.  This was one of my kids favorite ways to eat fish when they were young.

Easy Baked Fish Filets ingredients.  Preheat oven to 350° F.

Some seasoning choices.  I chose to use the Greek Seasoning this time.

Place the fish filets in an appropriately sized pan coated with cooking spray.  Top each filet with a pat of butter, a teaspoon of lemon juice, and seasoning.  Cover tightly with aluminum foil and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.  (Sorry about the well-used baking dish).

Easy Baked Fish Filets ready to eat.  Great served with either rice or Parmesan potatoes and a green vegetable.


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