Fish in a Bag

This is one of my favorite ways to bake fish that I forgot about! It’s so easy and requires no, zero, zilch, nada cooking oil. That makes this dish super healthy and clean up is a breeze.

Essentially, take your favorite filet of fish, I used salmon for this one. Place the fish on parchment paper and add your favorite veggies and seasonings, wrap it up, making a tent almost and bake. That’s it!

Here’s how:


Place the fish filet, I used salmon, onto a large sheet of parchment paper. Add your favorite veggies and seasoning. I kept it simple with some diced onions and a little jalapeƱo got in there too! I sprinkled in a little salt and pepper and lime wedges.


Wrap it up, creasing and tightly folding the sides. I tried to

make it a little tent in the middle so the parchment was not actually touching the fish on top. The tent like shape helps steam the fish with its own juices and those from the veggies. Place the parchment tent on a baking sheet.

Bake at 350 for about 10 minutes if it’s a small filet, 1lb or less. For larger filets, start with 15 minutes and go from there. It also depends on how cooked you like your fish. I prefer mine less done so I shorten the baking time.


10 minutes later… Perfection!


I served my salmon-in-a-bag with these zucchini noodles.


So easy! Enjoy!

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  1. […] Now the zucchini noodles are ready to serve! I served my zucchini noodles with this salmon that I baked in parchment paper! […]

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