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Ingredients of Gluten free Foil fish
- Prepare 5 slice of fish.
- You need 5 tbsp of butter.
- Prepare 5 tsp of adobo seasoning by goya.
- You need 5 tsp of garlic powder or fresh garlic.
- It’s 5 pinch of parsley.
- You need 5 of pieces of aluminium foil.
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Gluten free Foil fish step by step
- preheat oven to 325°F. First get 5 pieces of aluminium foil big enough to fit you're pieces of fish ( note I use tilapia but you can experiment with any fish of you're choice)..
- Place the fish in the middle of the foil..
- Add butter first spread evenly onto fish..
- Then add Adobo, parsley,garlic..
- Fold the foil evenly up to cover the fish. Almost like wrapping a present..
- I recommend placing the fish on an old or disposable cookie sheet incase any butter leaks out..
- Cook for 15 to 20 min. Cooking time varies upon you're method of cooking..
- Unwrap and enjoy. Fish retains its moisture due to the fact no juices flow out of the foil..
- Also you can subsitute this recipe with chicken. It comes out just as tender as the fish..
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