New You Forums

Go Back   New You Forums > New You Forum Support Boards > Cohen's Recipes


Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 31-08-2013, 19:56
Gypsymadonna's Avatar
Gypsymadonna Female Gypsymadonna is offline
Happily chipping away ...
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Posts: 42
Talking Fish: Mouthwatering Fish Cooked in Foil

NYF Cohen's Recipe
Main Protein
Recipe Name:
Mouthwatering Fish Cooked in Foil
Recipe Description
My favourite way to cook fish! In fact the ONLY way I cook it, cos it is just too dam delicious to want to have it any other way.

The flavours are really intense and it is so filling!
Fresh Fish (allowance) - I used 105g of Snapper
Onions (1/4-1/2 of your allowance)
1/2 Tomato (diced OR sliced try and retain as much of the juice as possible)
Chives (1/2 tsp)
Garlic Granules (1/2 tsp)
1/2 freshly squeezed lemon juice
Cracked pepper
1) Lay out enough tinfoil to fit your fish in flat (i would suggest two layers of tinfoil on top of each other to avoid juice spillage whilst it cooks)
2) Dice up tomato, onion
3) Lay your fish down, and put your tomato and onion in an around the fish. Make sure you get that tomato juice in there too! Try to spread it around so the flavours really cook through it. You can just leave it on top if you like, but i would suggest tucking it in underneath etc.
4) Along the top of the fish, sprinkle out (as evenly as you can) your chives and garlic granules.
5) Squeeze your freshly cut lemon up and down the fish once again so that the flavours have been evenly spread.
6) Bring the two longest sides of foil together and create a fold above the fish. So you end up with a folded seam along the middle of the fish.
7) Then fold each end inwards, almost like you have created a wee bag.
8 You don't want to fold the foil over the fish so that there isn't any room for it to breath whilst cooking. You want a nice convenient wee bag to cook in.
9) Once thats all tidied up, put it inside a tray, or a dish and cook for 35-40minutes 180 degrees Celsius.
10) When done, open the seam but be careful you don't get burned, and using a fishslice or a large spoon you can scoop the fish out ready to serve. Don't forget about the juicy goodness, scooping some of it and putting across your fish when served works a treat!
11) Serve with your choice of veges
Level of Difficulty
Time Needed
45-50mins. (10-15mins prep time & 35-40mins to cook)
1 person
NYF Recipes v2

Last edited by Gypsymadonna; 31-08-2013 at 20:06.
Reply With Quote
Old 20-09-2013, 22:01
jemmahazie Male jemmahazie is offline
I'm new, please be nice to me.
Join Date: Sep 2013
Posts: 8
Default Re: Fish: Mouthwatering Fish Cooked in Foil

I think i'l try this recipe out during the weekend!
Reply With Quote
Old 16-02-2015, 20:00
Jessie_M Female Jessie_M is offline
Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Mount Pleasant
Posts: 8
Default Re: Fish: Mouthwatering Fish Cooked in Foil

Interesting recipes.
Reply With Quote
Old 22-03-2015, 20:39
Jessie_M Female Jessie_M is offline
Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Mount Pleasant
Posts: 8
Default Re: Fish: Mouthwatering Fish Cooked in Foil

Thanks for the recipe.
Reply With Quote

cooked , fish , foil , mouthwatering

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Fish: Fish Salsa battler Cohen's Recipes 0 21-01-2013 19:38
Fish: Baked Fish with Vegetables jessicamo Cohen's Recipes 1 20-11-2012 22:04
Help FISH NicoleS NEW MEMBERS... Start here! 3 29-03-2012 11:52
Fish by another name bogie1 NEW MEMBERS... Start here! 1 01-01-2012 17:16
Fish. JJ* NEW MEMBERS... Start here! 2 29-08-2008 18:59

Custom T-ShirtsCustom Wrapped Canvas

All times are GMT +11. The time now is 09:55.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.