White Fish Provencal

White Fish Provencal created by Hey Jude

This recipe comes together easily and is tasty. I've used orange roughy and mahi mahi fillets with success. This is a revised recipe for health from the Saturday Evening Post: The Mediterranean Diet.

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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Place fish fillets in a oven safe baking dish.
  • Drizzle 1-1/2 T Olive Oil over fish. Rub oil on both sides and Salt & Pepper.
  • Sprinkle fish with Onion and Garlic Powders, Basil and Thyme herbs.
  • Top with a 1-1/2 heaping T of Stewed Tomatoes per fillet
  • Pit and slice Olives into halves or quarters and sprinkle on top of tomatoes(Kalamata is delicious in this recipe).
  • Splash the tops of tomatoes & olives with White Wine and drizzle the remaining Olive Oil.
  • Bake with a foil tent for 15 minutes or until fish is white and flakey.
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"This recipe comes together easily and is tasty. I've used orange roughy and mahi mahi fillets with success. This is a revised recipe for health from the Saturday Evening Post: The Mediterranean Diet."
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  1. Jopalis
    I have made this a number of times. Thought I reviewed it. It is simple and delicious. I don't like stewed tomatoes so I use the canned tomatoes with the seasoning. I also add some capers wiht the olives.... DELISH. Little girl and DH love it!
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  2. frozen_rain
    A wonderful healthy recipe for white fish. We used basa fillets, green olives, and omitted the basil due to personal preference. We also did not do the oil step -- still tasted fabulous. Thank you!
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  3. The Thorn of Hudson
    OMG this was so good... I used Basa Filets and sliced black olives. Not being a serious wine drinker, I purchased the 4 little bottle set of white wine to keep in the frig for dishes that use wine in their cooking. That being said, it wasn't until I finished eating that I realized I had never put the wine in the fish! It was so good though as it was, the wine must make it spectacular - I can't wait to make this again. I plan on fixing this again and again and again... I could (and probably should) eat this every night!
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  4. Kasha
    Good, quick easy, healthy. I'll use this recipe again. I did exactly as indicated except used a whole standard can of chopped tomatoes, as suggested by the other reviewers and I used all the fish in the package, 600grs. The black olives were fantastic and just the touch it needed. Very nice recipe.
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  5. Hey Jude
    White Fish Provencal Created by Hey Jude
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