Micmac Baked Haddock Fillets

"This is from a cookbook called "Delicious Dash Flavors" written by Sandra Nowlan who is a food scientist. Credit for recipe goes to the Salmon River House Country Inn, Jeddore, N.S. A very tasty and healthy way to present haddock. ......enjoy without guilt."
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  • Cut fillets into 4 portions and place each on a large square of aluminum foil.
  • Season with lemon pepper.
  • Cover each portion with 2 slices of apple, onion, lemon and tomato in layers.
  • Drizzle with melted margarine.
  • Season with a pinch of summer savory.
  • Enclose fillets in the foil, being careful to seal all edges.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for approximately 25 minutes.
  • Serve by folding back the foil to form a boat that retains the juices.

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  1. Paris D
    This was tasty and easy. We served it with Recipe #376 (Yellow Squash Puffs) and cooked pearl barley. Easy cleanup, too! ~Reviewed for My 3 Chefs...


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