Cajun Maple ~ Fish in Foil

March 1, 2018

Cajun Maple Foil Wrapped Fish!

 

This method works with any fish. One of the easiest and yummiest recipes you'll find for cooking fish perfectly.

 

Yes, I've tried a lot....Tilapia, Salmon, Ahi Tuna, Shark, Swordfish and Mahi Mahi. They have all turned out perfect and are a great fit for dinner parties.

Prepare them in the morning and pop them in the oven while your guests are arriving and having a cocktail. In 30 minutes, dinner is ready! Spicy, sweet and nutrient packed. 

 

Ready for this awesome recipe?

Cajun Maple Fish in Foil

 

Ingredients:

 

  • 1 piece of fish ( your choice )

  • Cajun seasoning to taste

  • 1 tablespoon of real butter

  • 1 tablespoon of pure maple syrup

Directions:

 

  1. Preheat oven to 325 F.

  2. Place fish in tin foil

  3. Smother in Canjun seasoning ( both sides )

  4. Cut up butter and line the top of the fish with it

  5. Drizzle with Maple Syrup

  6. Pack with asparagus and spinach

  7. Seal the foil up tight making a pouch for it to cook in

  8. Bake for 25 minutes

 

 

Prep : 10 m

Cook : 25 m

Ready in : 35 m

 

Nutrition Facts:


I recommend placing this on your plate right in the foil. All the sweet and spicey flavors are on the bottom!

 

Your calories and macros will vary depending on the fish you use. To cut down on carbs, you can eliminate the maple syrup.

 

Here are the approximate nutritional values:

 

Calories : 277
Carbs : 17 g.
Fat : 14 g.
Protein : 23 g.

Stephanie Stevens

 

Stephanie has been a P90XLive and PIYOLive Instructor for 4 years and is currently working on her Fitness Nutrition Specialist Certification. Everything that she writes about comes with first-hand knowledge as she was once 40 pounds heavier. Instead of fad diets and weight-loss quick gimmicks, Stephanie stayed consistent with a healthy diet and constant exercise. She educated herself by getting certified in many different areas of exercise and learning how to first be healthy and then lose weight. Now, she is helping others do the same!

 

*Photos by Stephanie Stevens

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