Ready in 30 minutes
This is a great light tasting Weight Watchers fish recipe at only 2 points per serving.
"made this tonight and it was really tasty and healthy , would recommend but i am from uk and set my fan oven to 160 if thats any help"- Bastynitch
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If frozen thaw the fish overnight in the refrigerator. Turn on oven and allow to preheat to
350? F (moderate). While the oven is preheating: Assemble all necessary ingredients to
work area. Grate the lemon rind and place in a bowl. Cut the lemon and squeeze. Measure
4 tsp and place in a bowl. Measure butter, salt, pepper and Rosemary and add to bowl.
Microwave or place in oven until butter is melted. Mix well. Divide the fish into 6 servings
and place in a single layer in a baking dish. Pour the butter seasoning mixture evenly over
the fish. Bake for 25 minutes or until the fish flakes easily.
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pollylj 1 month agoPretty decrnt dish for the 'points value.'
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Kesa1014 10 months agoThis turned out great, and I have made it several times. My 5 year old even requested it today for lunch.
TorontoCook 11 month agoUsed grocery store commercial frozen haddock so fish was quite watery when done which I think took away from the potential of this dish. The lemon sauce was nice with the rosemary but as fish was terribly watery, it took away from the overall taste. Next time will try with fresh fish from market.
Bastynitch 3 years agomade this tonight and it was really tasty and healthy , would recommend but i am from uk and set my fan oven to 160 if thats any help