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Fresh Technique: Fish Baked in Paper

Gary Junken
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Offer someone “steamed fish” and you might get a shrug. But snapper en papillote? Now you’ve got some takers. Steaming fish in a parchment packet is one of the easiest ways to put a fresh, healthy dinner on the table fast-and with very little cleanup afterwards. The only trick to it is learning how to fold the fish into a packet to trap the steam and infuse it with the aroma of your herbs and seasonings. Web editor Sarah Breckenridge shows you how to do it in this video.

Get the recipe: Lemon & Herb Fish En Papillote

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  • SVcook | 03/24/2009

    So delicious! I made this for dinner last night with cod, butter, baby spinach, and lemon zest. Even my non-fish-loving husband liked it.

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