Food Rants – Baked Fish with Vegetables


As you know I am on and off on this healthy eating mission and since now I clearly dont have much time till the wedding but got much fat to burn, decided to take action (again) and start eating healthy. First healthy lunch of the season was a super easy baked fish with vegetables. Its so simple it makes me cry. It also tastes pretty decent for something thats healthy, so I love it even more. Here’s the recipe!

Ingredients (Serves 2!)
– 1 Carrot
– Half eggplant
– 1 Capsicum
– 1 Cucumber
– 1 Tomato
– 8-10 Olives
– 2 Lemons
– Pomegranate seeds (per choice. I love, so I used)
– Green Chilies (As per your taste)
– One filet of fish, sliced into 4
– Salt (To taste)
– Pepper (To Taste)
– Soy Sauce (8 tbsp / 4 per serving)

(You can any more non-starchy vegetables, as much as you want and can subtract any vegetable that you dont like. No pressure or anything to eat all sabzis)

Extra Thing needed:
– Foil


Step 1: Cut all the vegetables in small cubes and pre heat your oven at 200.


Choti choti sabzis.

Step 2: Cut two big squares out of your foil paper and lay them out straight on a flat surface.

Step 3: Pile up your vegetables in the middle of your cuttings on foil.


Step 4: Place the fish pieces on top and add a generous amount of pepper and salt.


Step 5: Then add 4 tbsp of soya sauce to each and then wrap your vegetable and fish mix and make small packets out of the foil. Make sure that its completely sealed from everywhere and there is no way for air or any liquid to escape.

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Step 6: Put it in a pre heated oven (I heated mine at 200 for around 10 minutes and then after adding my packets in the oven, I turned it down to 150)

Step 7: Place your foil packs in a baking tray and pop them in your oven for 12-15 minutes. (If you are using a VERY big piece of fish, you might want to give it a few minutes extra) and then just take it out.

Step 8: Open the steaming packets, add lemon on top of your fish (and also a little freshly ground pepper if you want!) and serve.



Make. Eat. Love. Send me prayers. Good. Bye.

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