Baked Fish With Spinach

"No idea where I got this one, but it was easy & tasty. Add some rice and you've got a complete meal. I made this with seabass...delicious...but use your favorite fish."
 
Baked Fish With Spinach created by Northwestgal
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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Melt 1/4 cup of the butter in a large frying pan over medium-high heat.
  • Add mushrooms and saute until limp.
  • Add onion, dill, bread crumbs, salt, and pepper. Stir until thoroughly mixed.
  • Add thawed and drained spinach, mix but do not cook spinach.
  • Spray shallow round cake pan with cooking spray (or a similar pan with low sides).
  • Spread spinach mixture over bottom.
  • Arrange fish on top of spinach.
  • Melt remaining butter and add lemon juice.
  • Brush fish with lemon butter and bake, uncovered, basting several times with more lemon butter until fish flakes when prodded in the thickest portion with a fork. Cooking time is approximately 10 minutes per inch of fish thickness.
  • Remove from oven and pour any remaining lemon butter over fish.
  • Serve immediately.
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  1. Mandy S.
    I made this, using Swai, for a date-night-in. It was so good! I sauteed the onion with the mushrooms, and a little minced garlic, before adding the rest of the ingredients. Since I halved the recipe, I used 1 pkg of frozen spinach and a big handful of fresh (to get rid of it.) It was just right. Served it with a twice-baked potato. My boyfriend raved about the whole meal!
     
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  3. NorthwestGal
    Wonderful dish!! For the fish, I used cod and it was a great choice that went well with the spinach. For the mushrooms, I choice standard white button mushrooms, but I bet this would be great with cremini, too. I really like recipes like this where, for the same effort, you get a main dish and a side vegetable. I didn't make any changes to the recipe, but I did have to scale back the spinach. I normally get frozen spinach in 10-oz packages, but my local grocery store now offers only 12-oz packages. So I decided to use two 12-oz packages of frozen spinach, and it worked out quite well. Thanks, Karen. It's a great dish that we all liked a lot.
     
  4. Debber
    Very nice meal! I love the spinach in it--very good flavor, and gets the veggies in without too much trouble! I used canned mushrooms---it's what I had on hand. Served it with oven-baked/fried potatoes---as long as the oven's running, use it up! Good recipe!
     
  5. ksduffster
    We enjoyed this quite a bit. I also used halibut, although I would like to try it again with swordfish when I get an opportunity to splurge. I also cut back to 2 boxes of spinach. I also halved the butter (1/2 cup is A LOT of butter! I didn't even use what I prepared!) and the lemon juice. I might try it with some stronger herbs/seasonings next time, but the flavor here was very pleasant. I served it with plain brown rice, drizzling a bit of the lemon butter over top. This was so simple too! I doubt it took me more than 15 minutes of actual work to make dinner last night! The longest part was thawing the spinach! Thanks Karen! I will be making this again, trying different kinds of fish in the future (I'm not overly fond of halibut, but it's cheap).
     
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