Lemon Herb Baked Fish

Lemon Herb Baked Fish is easy but pretty, healthy and delicious!

Lemon Herb Baked Fish is a must-have fish recipe!  It is low carb, Paleo, dairy free and gluten free.

Any fish can be used.  I have used salmon, tilapia, cod and flounder so far.  This can be put together in just minutes.  Be aware that different types of fish need different cooking times and you don’t want to over cook your fish.  Rubbery fish is just no good. 🙁  Salmon will take longer than most white fish.  The best thing to do is to read the package your fish came in.  That will tell you how long to cook it.

I put measurements on the toppings but they are all a “to taste” measurement.  If you like something more or less or not at all, adjust it to the way you like it.  I just give them all a good sprinkle over the fish. These basic ingredients are our favorite combination for fish.

It is pictured made with salmon and with Cheesy Zucchini Boats and Beefy Rice with Mushrooms Mix.

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Lemon Herb Baked Fish
Easy but healthy, pretty and delicous!
Lemon Herb Baked Fish
Course Low Carb, Seafood
Servings
people
Ingredients
Course Low Carb, Seafood
Servings
people
Ingredients
Lemon Herb Baked Fish
Instructions
  1. Gather your ingredients.
  2. Put fish in greased baking dish, add butter and squeeze lemon juice over all.
  3. Add minced onion, parsley, dill weed, paprika, salt and garlic powder.
  4. Bake in preheated 350* oven for 15-20 minutes for salmon. Different fish may have different cooking time so check the package it came in. Do not over cook your fish.
  5. Serve.
Recipe Notes

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