|Tilapia in Foil|
Chez Webb menu last week:
Sunday: Whole Wheat Lasagna Rolls
Monday Tilapia in Foil
Tuesday: Chicken Enciladas
Wednesday: Pad Thai Stir Fry
Friday: Thai Green Curry at Zen Bistro
Saturday: Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup
See? no deprivation over here and I am down 21 lbs since mid-October [34 if you count the 6 I gained back over the holidays and have now lost again LOL]!
Anyhow, my favorite meal last week was the Tilapia. It's not a big complicated recipe but more a technique that would work with just about any fillet and it was a huge hit.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Tilapia fillets [1 per person]
optional: 1/2 cup patagonian scallops
veggies: I used green beans, asparagus & carrots
1/2 teaspoon Herbs de Provence per fillet
1 TBSP butter per fillet
Kosher salt and freshly ground black peppercooking spray
WHAT YOU DO:
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
Blanch your veggies for 3 minutes [the only veggie I did not blanch from my selection were the asparagus tops].
Lay out a large square of foil for each fillet; lightly spray with cooking spray where the fillet will go.
Sprinkle your herbs on the fillet.
Add your veggies and set your butter on top [you could sub a drizzle of olive oil but I just really love butter!]
Lightly salt & pepper
Bring two sides of foil up and Fold over the fillet and roll up the edges to create a seal. I label mine with a Sharpie as I customize somewhat.... only David & I got scallops, Dylan extra carrots, etc.
Place on a baking sheet and bake for 15 to 20 minutes.
I serve the foil on the plate.... be careful as you open as the steam is HOT.
Bonus: ZERO clean up.
Random Yumminess I captured during the week
|Whole Wheat Lasagna Rolls|
with ground chicken marinara
[I'll post recipe another day]
|Baked Chicken Divan|
from Eat Yourself Skinny