30 min. ONE sheet pan. Done and done. With the butteriest, flakiest fish ever! With roasted asparagus and cherry tomatoes.
What people says about this recipe?
Jenipah; Loved the tomatoes! Simple and quick. Definitely a good dish to make if you got the ingredients laying around.
Michelle Oxier; This is, by far, one of the best recipes on Pinterest. So quick and so easy and SO good!
Tyler holt.; I overbaked it a little, but it was still a delicious dinner. I love the addition of the tomatoes!
Tannis Wil Pritchett; I did the fish, asparagus, and broccoli and it is great! I used ranch seasoning ( the powder in the packets?) and it is AMAZING. My wife doesn’t eat fish bc she can’t stand the fishy taste, and she loves this!
Susan Ingram; I had to leave the asparagus and tomatoes in for an additional 10 minutes after I took the fish out, but everything was great.
Blakelee McCulley; Used Cod instead of Tilapia. Also cooked it for closer to 20 minutes total. Delicious, fresh, fast, simple. Whole food ingredients. Loved the butter mixture to top the fish with. I used lime instead of lemon.
Troy Dunn; Baked frozen fish with lemon pepper seasoning on 2nd sheet for 13-15 minutes. Baked asparagus, carrots and sliced potatoes for 25 minutes.
Kimberly Frigon; I like my fish cooked well-done, so I cooked it for 25 minutes. But the garlic lemon butter is very tasty! Definitely a keeper!
Marcia H; We aren’t fans of the tomatoes, so we cut up some sweet red/orange/yellow peppers and put some oil and dill on them. We also tried carrots, but we didn’t cut them skinny enough…they weren’t as soft as we would have liked. We added some parmesan cheese to the asparagus and made some rice to go with the meal. Everything was delicious! I absolutely love one pan recipes and this one is so easy!