Fish en papillote, or fish cooked in a parchment paper packet, is one of the easiest ways to cook your favorite fish. The cleanup is minimal, as the veggies, spices, and herbs bake right inside the packet with the fish. This method also allows you to get creative with ingredients and flavors. Check out these 10 ways to step up your fish game!
Ginger-Soy Fish Steamed With Spinach And Mushrooms
Cod is flavored with fresh ginger, garlic, red pepper flakes, and steamed alongside spinach and oyster mushrooms.
Find the recipe at: Everygirl
Salmon En Papillote With Cherry Tomatoes And Fennel
Cherry tomatoes, Kalamata olives, fennel, and garlic go into this tasty salmon dish.
Find the recipe at: Popsugar
Lemon-Tarragon Salmon Over Asparagus
This bright and herbal salmon is cooked alongside asparagus, radishes, and onions.
Find the recipe at: Martha Stewart
Whole Trout En Papillote
Whole trout is cooked with lemon slices and topped with fresh herbs.
Find the recipe at: Starving Chef
Catfish And Peppers En Papillote
Peppers and onions cook alongside this flavorful catfish dish.
Find the recipe at: Food Network
Caribbean-Style Fish In Parchment Paper
This bright and colorful fish recipe is made with fresh herbs, potatoes, okra, and lemons.
Find the recipe at: Cooking With Ria
Salmon With Kale And Rosemary
Rosemary flavored salmon is cooked with healthy kale and cherry tomatoes.
Find the recipe at: A Little Saffron
Mahi Mahi En Papillote
Mahi Mahi and veggies are flavored with smoked paprika and white wine.
Fine the recipe at: Nutmeg Nanny
Fish En Papillote With Arugula Walnut Pesto & Lemon
Tilapia is cooked with tomatoes, rosemary, and smothered in a fresh arugula pesto sauce.
Find the recipe at: Will Cook For Friends
Steamed Fish With Ginger And Turmeric
Soy, turmeric, and fresh ginger liven up white fish in this recipe.
Find the recipe at: Body Pass