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Fish baked in parchment is a classic technique for flavorful, perfectly cooked fish with little effort and even less clean-up. Here it’s adapted for the summer months by baking the fish on a gas grill. Using a parchment roasting bag makes it even easier to seal up the fish into packets. If you want to double the recipe, use two roasting bags.
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If you don’t have a gas grill or the weather’s not cooperating, you can roast the fish packet on a baking sheet in a 425°F oven.
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