26 Aug garlic and lime baked fish
Welcome back to Sandtondiet and to this week’s baked garlic and lime fish recipe.
I don’t get creative with fish often often enough but I had hake in my freezer that I wanted to use. All I can say is that I want to entertain just so that I can show off this recipe. It was yuuuuum!
The combination of lime and garlic was gorgeous and really complimented the fish perfectly. I used hake for this recipe but you can use any firm white fish for this recipe.
This little experiment has also encouraged me to keep trying new fish recipes. Fish is really such a versatile protein and can really be prepared in a huge variety of ways. So put your fear of fish away and give this recipe a try. It will be well worth it!
After you’ve given this recipe a try I have a few other recipes for you. This How to make the best pan seared fish is a regular feature in my house and everyone absolutely loves it!. This Baked salmon with yogurt dill dressing is also superb. If you are looking for a crowd pleaser then recipe is a must have. If you would prefer a more simple mid-week meal then my Roast salmon with beans and asparagus is a really quick and easy meal that’s perfect for a busy day.
I was browsing through Pinterest the other day and came across this grilled salmon and orzo corn salad which I am definitely going to try – https://www.savingdessert.com/grilled-salmon-orzo-corn-salad/. I absolutely love the flavours that have been used in this dish. This pan seared code recipe fro BakerByNature also looks superb. I think I save this recipe every time I see it 🙂 – https://bakerbynature.com/pan-seared-cod-in-white-wine-tomato-basil-sauce/
As usual I hope that you have been inspired by the new baked garlic and lime fish recipe as well as the new recipes and ideas that I have posted today. I look forward to our next encounter. Until next time, Leanne xoxo
Garlic and lime baked fish
Garlic and lime marinade
2 Tbsp olive oil
Zest and juice of one lime
1 tsp fresh garlic, crushed
2 tsp fish spice blend
300g hake, skin on (or any firm white fish)
1.Place the fish into a bowl that you will marinade the fish in
2.Combine all the marinade ingredients and pour over the fish for about 30 minutes
3.Preheat the oven to 190°C
4.Place the fish onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and pour any excess marinade back over the fish
5.Bake the fish for 20 minutes (this may vary slightly depending on the size of your fish)