Best Baked Fish Recipes

Sea Bass Served with White wine
Sea Bass Served with White wine

Sea Bass with Vegetables

I am answering a request from a fellow Hubber for a baked fish recipe, but I am giving you two because they are just awesome. Even those who don't eat fish may become converts.

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees F

Ingredients

2 1/2 to 3lbs. dressed Bass (whole fish)

1 green bell pepper (chopped small)

8 mushrooms (chopped small)

1 yellow onion (chopped small)

1 cup celery (chopped small)

1/3 cup butter or margarine1 large can chopped tomatoes

salt

pepper

Season fish inside and out with salt and pepper. Set fish aside and begin to simmer all the chopped vegetables together in the butter or margarine. Continue to stir this mixture together for about 8 to 10 munutes. Next add your tomatoes to the vegetables;  add a pinch of salt and pepper. Cook over a medium to high heat until ingredients start to boil. Turn off stove. Place your fish in a baking dish that is 12 x 8 x 2 or larger. Pour tomato and vegetables on top. Bake and baste fish occasionally for about 30 minutes or longer until fish is easily flaked when forked, yet still moist.

Serves 6

Foil wrapped sole with one side vented
Foil wrapped sole with one side vented

Foil Baked Sole

Recipe for Baked Filet of Sole

Ingredients (Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees)

 

fresh parsely

fresh thyme

paprika (can)

6 pieces Filet of Sole dipped in butter

1/3 lb. crab meat

1/3 lb. small shrimp

1/4 fresh sliced mushrooms or 1 can button mushrooms

1- 8 oz. container sour cream

dry vermouth

Begin by chopping the parsley and thyme to very fine. Next cut 6 pieces of aluminum foil into about 12 x 12 inch pieces and add one piece of fish to each. Salt and pepper each piece of fish and evenly distribute the crab, shrimp, mushrooms, parsely and thyme on top of each piece of fish. Again add a dash of salt and pepper on top. To top off this magnificent baked fish, add 1 tbls. of sour cream to each prepared fish and drizzle about 1 tbls. of vermouth and top it all off wiht a sprinkle of paprika. Close foil, leaving a airway to vent steam. Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees F for 35 minutes.

Serves 6

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Bob Ewing 7 years ago from New Brunswick

I have been looking for fish recipes to try, not a big fish fan but curious.


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

Hi Bob... maybe you can try one of these, especially the Sea Bass because it has one of your favorites; tomatoes. Let me know if you do. Have a good day!


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G-Ma Johnson 7 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

Yummm sounds so good right now...may have to get some fish..oh dear last recipe I read was on cornish game hens and got those...Yikes...to bad I enjoy food so much :O) ThanksG-Ma :O) Hugs & Peace


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

G-Ma, I do the same thing because there are good recipes on HubPages along with all the other insightful information. I just love it!


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SweetiePie 7 years ago from Southern California, USA

These sounds like some pretty good recipes.


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

Hi Sweetiepie, If you like fish you should try these. Like I said in my Hub; "There may be some converts to eating fish" (lol). Let meknow if you try either of these. Have a great day!


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sukkran 7 years ago from TRICHY, TAMIL NADU, INDIA.

hi, laringo. thks for a new recipe. i am going to try this one and let you know the result.


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

sukkran, I think you'll be very satisfied with either one of these recipes. I love them both because I love fish.


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SweetiePie 7 years ago from Southern California, USA

I will definitely get around to trying these when I buy some more groceries. I just feel like lately I have been all over the place lol.


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

Sweetie Pie, that makes two of us....I haven't had time to really get in to doing a Hub all week. My husband, daughter,grandkids, dog and everyone else keeps me going.....Have a great day!


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Denny Lyon 7 years ago from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA

White wine and sour cream, great combo!  Especially like the easy factor, thanks, as we love good fish recipes at our house, yum! Bookmarked this hub!


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

Denny...good wine and a great recipe for fish or just fried fish is wonderful.....take care


mumtaz 7 years ago

fillet for marnating .lemon juice squzee half a lemon on the fish grinded onion and garlic paste 2 tablespoons yougurt fresh youurt or margold corriander leaves and pudina grated and sprinled on top salt


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

mumtaz... thanks for this yummy tip. I wiil be trying this out very soon. If your not a memeber of HubPages, please think about joining. Just contact me if you are interested. I believe everyone can write, It just takes time and dedication. have a wonderful life!


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prasetio30 7 years ago from malang-indonesia

nice recipe. I'd love to try.thanks


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laringo 7 years ago from From Berkeley, California. Author

Hi again prasetio30, thanks again for visiting my Hubs. I soon will be having time to absorb yours. They are all very interesting sounding.


Marie Rupe 6 years ago

I want a recipe to bake nonbreaded fish that doesn't require alot of spices. Just simple.


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denise mohan 5 years ago from California

Always cook my fish the same way and it is getting boring. Will try the sole recipe tonight, it really sounds wonderful. Thnx for the tips.


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JasonPLittleton 5 years ago

Great article!

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