Last Minute Fish Dish (Dennis Fish in Vegetables Casserole)

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December 4, 2015
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Last Minute Fish Dish (Dennis Fish in Vegetables Casserole)

Denis Fish Casserole

WHEN WILL THEY EVER DECIDE???

It is somewhat frustrating not know whether these young-adults are coming to MAMA for lunch, or just hanging around somewhere eating their junk-food. But very often knowledge comes last minute. So I have to make do with that, and be creative.

Twice a week we eat fish, but often I don’t know how many fish I should defrost, so I don’t. I’ve learned how to use them frozen.

I love Dennis Fish (that’s how we call it here, it seems at least one of its subspecies is properly called in English Golden Spruce). Ever since we’ve become interested in fish, Dennis was one of our favourites. What struck us first was that it does not have any unpleasant or bitter parts. It’s just FOOD from top to bottom. Unlike the cheaper St. Peter’s.

Its flesh is tastier too.

So here it is…a quick fish casserole, with fish straight from the fridge!

Quick  Dennis Fish Casserole

1 Dennis fish, still frozen…

1 sweet potato

2 potatoes

1 carrot

1 zucchini

garlic powder

dry parsley

salt

soy sauce

Put a sheet of parchment paper into a baking dish. Place the fish in the middle.

Cut the vegetables into small cubes and place them all around and upon the fish. I love doing the cutting directly over the dish, straight from the air.

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First, I cut the sweet potato, then the potato and then the carrot and the zucchini

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You can use other vegetables as well – whatever you like; onions. broccoli, etc.

Bury the Dennis Fish completely!

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Sprinkle with salt, garlic powder and dry parsley.

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Pour soy sauce on the sides of the dish.

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Cover with a piece of parchment paper, 20151028_122825

and put in a 200°C warm oven for around an hour and a half.

Dennis Fish Casserole

Bon appetit

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