Now let me tell you something - I love to cook. I also love to eat. I also love to read, workout, blog, hang out with friends, watch Jimmy Fallon with my husband, clean the house (okay maybe not this one but it does have to get done) and go to bed at a decent hour. Trust me, you don't wanna be around me if I haven't had enough sleep - I become a bit emotionally unstable.
What does any of this have to do with Clean Eating Fish Packs?? Well this is a new recipe that Jake and I tried out and wowza!!! It's easy, cheap, yummy, clean, healthy ANNNND super fast to make. That's honestly all I ask for in a meal. (Unless, of course, someone else is making it. Then it can be as time-consuming as they want. But I still encourage speed!) Making this recipe gives me enough time to do MORE of the other things I love to do besides cook, eat and clean! It has found its way into our meal plan pretty often since we tried it out - and I think it'll stay there!
The original recipe we made came from the "Hungry Girl to the Max" cookbook and I'm so glad we tried it out! To be honest, though, it gave us a great starting point but we have altered the recipe (but just a bit). In the original recipe it says to put lemon slices on the fish while cooking it. For me this a) made it a bit too lemony and b) was annoying to slice the lemon and have to dig out the seeds (or eat them unknowlingly!)
So we took their recipe and ran with it - and it's been great! If you are looking for a cookbook, this is a great one to get - we have tried several recipes already and have enjoyed them for the most part - it's a win!
Anywho - here's how you make it! The recipe below is for one fish pack - but of course it's simple to double! You'll just end up with two packs - one for you, one to share (if you want to, that is...)
I'd love to hear your thoughts if you try this recipe out!