Herb Coated White Fish


My friend told me about this simple recipe and I just had to try it.  Man oh man was it ever tasty and took literally 5 minutes to make.  Canada’s Food Guide recommends eating fish twice per week due to the heart healthy benefits.  This is something I am working on since our mother is allergic to fish we never grew up eating it.  The more simple recipes for fish I have, the better!

Any kind of white fish will do but obviously the best if fresh caught out of the lake.  My personal favourite is fresh caught pickerel from Manitoba….it doesn’t get any better than that!

Simple Herb Crusted Fish


Any type of white fish (pickerel, sole, etc)

Salt and fresh ground pepper

Any other type of herbs or spices (rosemary, parsley, cayenne, ground ginger, basil, etc)

Olive oil

Fresh lemons


1. Sprinkle salt, pepper and herb on both sides of fish.

2. Coat pan lightly with olive oil.

3. Saute fish until white and flakey on both sides (only a couple minutes). Drizzle with fresh squeezed lemon juice and enjoy!



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