Friday, July 10, 2009

(Sword) Fish in a Bag

I know I've already posted this recipe, but I made it again and changed a few things and it was just so good, I decided to post it again w/ new pictures :) Yummy fish!
1 large potato
2 curly garlic scapes, cut into 1" pieces
2 radishes
1 lb. fish of choice (we used fresh local sword fish this time--WOW! tasty)
2 green onions
2 medium tomatoes
olive oil
1-3 T white wine
salt and pepper to taste
fresh basil for garnish
Slice the potato into thin (no more than 1/4") slices. Place on long sheet of foil and drizzle with a little olive oil.
Place the fish on top of the potatoes and then layer the rest of the vegetables how you please (I put the radishes on the potatoes that stuck out from the fish, then the green onions and garlic scapes on top of the fish, and topped it off with sliced tomato.
Once all the veggies and fish are arranged, drizzle the mountain of goodness with a little more olive oil and add salt and pepper to taste (you don't need a whole lot of either if the fish is good--it's mostly for the vegetables). Finally, pour the white wine on top of everything, making sure it does not fun over the edge of the foil.
Bring opposite edges of the foil together and crimp closed. Repeat with the other two corners. Pinch together all edges of the foil to make a nice tight seal all around.
Place baking sheet in 400 degree oven and bake for 20 minutes or until fish flakes easily (you'll have to open the bag a bit to check the fish. If it's not done, seal everything back up and bake it some more). When finished, arrange all the stuff on plates (serves two hungry people). Goes well with a nice salad, but it's mostly a one-bag meal.
And oh so delicious :)

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