The Last Supper

7 06 2010

Tonight marked the last dinner that my boyfriend and I might be able to eat together for the next 12 weeks (he’s doing a weight loss challenge at his gym and his trainer has him on a super strict diet) so I decided to make the fish that I was going to make last week (when I accidentally thawed the chicken instead).

Its a favorite in our house, super yummy and healthy (its from the Cooking Light, Fresh Food Fast cookbook)

Just pre-heat your oven to 425F

Line a baking sheet with some aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray.

Place your fish on the baking sheet (I use 2 4oz filets) this week I used cod, but I’ve used tilapia and halibut before (any firm white fish will do)

Season lightly with salt and pepper.

Place in the oven for 8-10 minutes.

Remove from the oven and add sprigs of fresh dill (stems removed) to the top of the fish, return to the oven for another 5 minutes or so or until it flakes easily with a fork.

Mix together a couple tablespoons of reduced fat sour cream, lemon juice (just a squirt, about the amount from 2 lemon wedges) and capers.
The amount that you make of this sauce is really up to your personal taste and preference.

This is the final product.

This is my boyfriend’s plate, I only eat one filet.


What are some of your family’s favorite dishes?




4 responses

10 06 2010
L @ Whole Wheat Or Bust!

Hey! Did you finally get your coconut butter?!

11 06 2010

I did! You were right, it’s awesome 🙂 Good recommendation. Thanks!

13 06 2010
L @ Whole Wheat Or Bust!

I am so glad! Its super good on roasted squash, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, toast….basically everything. KERF likes it in cold things so that it hardens, but I actually dont. You cant really taste it when its like that!

13 06 2010

Sounds like you and your BF are great!!!! I’m really proud of you both! I’m also happy to hear that he’s gotten himself a personal trainer and is working out an hour a day. Total 180 from some past entries for sure!

Best of luck to you both as always ❤ Also, can you tell me a bit about the chia seeds? I saw that you used them in a breakfast but don't know much about em.


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