White fish pieces (2-4) fresh or still frozen – such as Ling or cod or Baramundi pieces (about
8cm by 20cm each)
Spices of your choice such as L’Alchimiste Bouillabaisse spices or you can use simple white pepper and lemongrass powder and a pinch of chilli flakes
Lemon slices (optional)
Get the oven heating at 230 degrees celsius. Lay out 1-2 pieces of aluminium foil about 40cm x 40cm size on an oven tray. Cut a slightly smaller size piece of baking paper and lay it inside the aluminium foil piece. Place the fish pieces on top of the baking paper, drizzle with oil and spices. You can garnish with lemon slices if you like. Wrap up the foil around the fish so that it is a sealed package, and place in the oven (note – the oven does not have to be pre-heated for the fish to go in, if you have not had the time to do so yet, just put the heat on and place the fish in). Bake in the oven for about 20-30 mins. Everyone’s oven is different - the total time depends on if your oven was pre-heated or not and how efficient your oven is (and if you place it on fan forced or not etc). Check your fish but you want it well cooked on the inside but not dried out! Enjoy with a side of green vegetables and fresh sea weed salad and remember to drizzle the juices from the fish on your meal too!