Top Cookbooks Recipes Easy Fish Recipes

Top Cookbooks Recipes – Easy Fish Recipes From My Personal Favorites

By Marge Du Plessis

These two easy fish recipes are ideal for those days when you just do not have the time to cook. Even though they have to bake in the oven for some time, the preparation is quick and easy and while they are baking in the oven you are free for some other task.

These are from my own personal top cookbooks recipes. I hope you enjoy them. Serve them with boiled potatoes and a green salad.

Quick and Easy Fish Casserole

Ingredients for this recipe:

  • 1Lb. of raw fish
  • 1 Can cream of mushroom soup
  • ½ Cup milk
  • 1 Cup cooked peas (tinned peas are fine)

Method for this recipe:

  1. Steam the fish in a little water.
  2. Drain the fish when cooked.
  3. Mix the rest of the ingredients and pour it over the fish in an oven proof dish.
  4. Bake the fish at 375 Degrees Fahrenheit for about 25 minutes.

Easy Haddock and Cheese Recipe

Ingredients for this recipe:

  • 1½Lb. haddock
  • 1 Egg
  • Tomatoes
  • ½ Grated strong cheese
  • 1 Cup milk
  • Butter

Method for this recipe:

  1. Boil the haddock for 5 minute and pour off the liquid
  2. Flake the haddock.
  3. Place a little of the haddock at the bottom of an oven proof dish.
  4. Place a layer of tomatoes and a layer of cheese on top of the fish.
  5. Repeat the layers until all the fish has been used up.
  6. Beat the egg and milk and pour it over the fish.
  7. Season with a little pepper to taste.
  8. Place lumps of butter on top of the fish.
  9. Bake the fish in a moderate oven until the egg is set.

I have to be honest with you; I am not very good with cooking fish. I tend to overcook the fish and then it turns out very dry and tasteless. This is the reason why I love fish recipes that are baked in some kind of a sauce as they do not dry out that easy.

Another very easy way of cooking white fish is to simply mix a little melted butter with a packet of tomato soup and a little boiling water. Pour this over your fish portions and simply cook it in the microwave oven until cooked. To see if the fish is cooked simply part a small piece in the middle and if the fish is not transparent any more it is cooked. I have it even easier, my microwave oven has a “fish” program so I simply put it on “fish” and the microwave oven does the rest.

With these three easy fish recipes in your arsenal you should not be at a lost for a quick and easy supper again. I hope your family will enjoy these recipes from my personal top cookbook as much as mine.

For more easy and tasty recipes go to Easy Holiday Recipes

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