March 13, 2012

Recipe: Foil Baked Fish w/ a Southwestern twist

I saw a recipe over on Designer Bags and Dirty Diapers and it inspired me to try a similar dish. I'm all about using what you have in your kitchen, so I used the concept of her foil baked fish with black beans and corn and put my spin on it. Truth be told I only had corn, black beans, and fish from that recipe but I still wanted to go for the same spicy outcome.
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Ingredients:
-Fish (I used 1 tuna filet and 1 white fish filet)
-black beans
-corn
-red and green peppers
-lemon
-butter
-salsa
-sea salt
-black pepper

Directions:
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Pat fish dry and put sea salt and black pepper on both sides to taste. Place fish in foil on top of 1 tap of butter. Layer corn, black beans, red and green peppers, 3 teaspoons salsa and 1/2 lemon squeezed on top of each fish filet.
Cook for 20 minutes.

*They both turned out great, but I liked this recipe better on the white fish. I still want to try the recipe that Natalie posted over on her page, but this is what I had in my refrigerator so I improvised! ;)

5 comments:

Andrea said...

I made the recipe Natalie posted last night! It was amazing!

oomph. said...

i do something similar...the "20 minute chicken" in foil. never did think to try it with fish!

[oomph.]

Natalie {Designer Bags and Dirty Diapers} said...

Yours looks so good!! This recipe is delish!!!

Kristin said...

I have some tilapia in the freezer right now! Mmmmmmm!

StilettosAndDiaperBags said...

thanks! Natalie, I was following your lead! ;)