I’m drooling looking at pictures of desserts on Pinterest. I’m having an overload of pictures of mousse, sorbets, layer cakes, custard filled éclairs… it’s insane. It’s the middle of the night and I’m watching Harry Potter movie, it got me straight pausing my laptop and go on Pinterest. I’m sure you’ve seen Hogwart’s dessert table and Ron stuffing his face with jell-o and whipped cream. It gets me every time. I need to find dessert holders, glasses, trays this week so I can make some of the yummy things!
This baked fish was inspired by recipes I found in food.com.There were countless recipes out there, from a simple dory to a more fancy one that involved cod and salmon. Since my fridge is stocked up, I decided to try something new.
I molded the aluminum foils first, then arranged it on a pizza pan. I took my time prepping the vegetables and fishes, brought out my mini spice rack and start to ensemble this dish.
Here I made two with hash brown topping and three without. Personally I like the ones with the hash brown toppings because it was crunchy, I tried a spoonful. The healthier version is also tasty.
Foil baked cod and salmon
- 1 salmon fillet
- 2 cod fillets
- 1 head of broccoli
- 1 onion (chopped roughly)
- 1/2 a pack of cherry tomatoes
- hash brown (if preferred)
- seasoning: salt, pepper,lemon juice
- Cut the fish into medium size chunks and fill the aluminum foils
- Garnish with cherry tomatoes, onions and brocoli on top
- Dash of seasoning
- Bake 205 Celsius, 25-30 min
Have a Happy New Year filled with joy, fulfilled wishes and a minute to remember those that are affected by tragedy of airlines MH17, MH370 and QZ8501 in 2014, let’s hope in 2015 Malaysians will stay strong.