I came across this (or rather, a variation of it) on the Crazy Aunt Purl blog at http://www.crazyauntpurl.com/archives/2010/02/seafood_success.php. She makes this using zucchini, carrot, and bell pepper, and seasoned with Meyer lemon and Old Bay seasoning. It sounds like a very flexible, easy, fast, and healthy fish recipe. I think it could also be adapted to use chicken breast pounded thin, too, with just some alteration to the seasonings. I haven't tried it yet (although I've made similar dishes using salmon), but I think I'll try it using onion, carrot, bell pepper, and lots of lemon in lieu of the wine (as suggested by Aunt Purl). I might also try Old Bay instead of the seasonings listed. The original recipe, as posted below, comes from the Food Network and is by Melissa d'Arabian. Prep time is an estimate; vegetables may be cut up in advance and stored in baggies in the fridge.