Friday, May 11, 2018

Fish in a Pouch

Missy Tippens

I discovered a new service this week at Kroger (and a friend told me she's seen the same thing at Publix). At Kroger, it's called "Easy for You Oven-Ready Seafood." For no extra charge, they put the fish in an oven-safe pouch and add whatever extras you'd like. I added butter, fresh orange slices and fresh rosemary. There were lemons and limes and other herbs.

Here are the sealed pouches. I bought cod and selected the extras.

 Instructions are right on the pouch.



Here's a closeup. You can see the dollop of butter and the orange slice. The rosemary is underneath them.


Our fillets were fairly thick, so I baked them about 21 minutes. Then I cut the pouch open...


Beautiful! So easy. But would it taste good?


Yes! It was perfectly cooked and moist. I'll definitely be doing this again!


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6 comments:

  1. This looks delicious, Missy! Our store doesn't have a service like this, but I'll watch for it!

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    1. Keep your eye out for it, Jan. As far as I know, this is a new service at Kroger.

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  2. What a great idea! One we could easily replicate at home. And it looks yummy. Thanks, Missy.

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    1. Yeah, Mindy. You could probably do the same with a homemade parchment paper pouch. Someone has shared a recipe on here before using one.

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  3. I now want fish!! The tuna fish sandwiches we are having for dinner will be nothing compared to this. Like Jan said we don't have this service here, but I bet we could create our own pouch with extras!

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    1. I love tuna fish sandwiches! :) Enjoy!

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