But it was good enough I am writing a post about it only hours after eating it. So at least it was inspiring.
I've been stealing Mama Bird's camera for more and more pictures. I think she's going to notice soon.
Now, as for what this fish actually was... it was very, very easy to make. Perhaps that's why I picked it, because I didn't want to be in the kitchen all night. We had most of the ingredients: we still had fresh parsley from a salad I had made previously, we have an insane amount of lemon juice, and the rest is staples in our house. Except the fish. That we bought fresh.
And really, this is incredibly easy to make. You blend some parsley, lemon juice, garlic, and then marvel at home wonderful your kitchen smells. Maybe you even call your mother into the kitchen to make her smell it too. She'll agree, but be annoyed you aren't finishing cooking everything else.
With some green beans and pierogies, it's a a pretty quick meal. I doubled the amount of garlic in the original recipe, and didn't count the exact amount of parsley I used. Next time I would have used slightly less, because I thought there was a bit too much. Maybe that's just because I wanted to use the rest of the parsley mix as a sauce for my green beans.
And sadly, my family did not enjoy this meal as much as I did. Mama Bird and I liked it, but Sister Bird and Papa Bird didn't. Sister Bird doesn't like fish, and Papa Bird chowed it but said he'd rather eat some 'real meat.' Oh well, I guess not everything can please everyone.
Recipe from Budget Bytes
(Makes 4 servings, with 170 calories and $2.32 per serving)
- Preheat oven to 450.
- Rinse parsley and put in food processor with lemon juice, olive oil, pepper, and garlic.
- Put fillets in baking dish and pour parsley mixture over them.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes.
Today's lessons learned:
- Sister Bird and Papa Bird don't like fish. That is sad.