Courtesy of Yasmin Fahr
Created as part of our under-500 calorie menu, this recipe can easily be increased for more people. Just make sure to use separate foil packets for each fish, laying them on 2 baking sheets if needed. Also feel free to play around with the vegetables, maybe substituting in broccoli, asparagus, thinly-sliced mushrooms or some of your other favorite ingredients.
Serve it with a simple arugula and lemon salad or we recommend the Coriander-Dusted, Avocado, Chickpea and Scallion Salad.
Heat oven to 450 degrees.
Place the aluminum foil on a shallow baking sheet. Rinse and pat the fish dry. Place the fillet on the foil. In a small bowl, combine the salt, pepper, oil, lemon juice, coriander and chile flakes if using; mix together. Gently rub ½ of the mixture onto one side of the fillet and repeat on the other side. Arrange the snap beans, tomatoes, scallions, thyme sprigs and lemon slices on and around the fish.
Seal foil loosely around the fillet to create a somewhat roomy pocket. Bake 10 minutes per inch of thickness of fish at its thickest part. Carefully remove foil (very hot) and serve over cooked quinoa. Pour remaining foil juices over fish and quinoa and garnish with parsley. Serve with lemon wedges if desired.