I have 9 of the best Clean Eating healthy baked fish recipes that are quick and easy to make. I think you’ll love the variety and ease of these recipes.
We all know that fish is good for us. It’s low in fat and high in heart-healthy Omega 3 fish oil, which is good for your heart. Healthy baked fish recipes are the best tasting and the best for your health. That’s why I put together these healthy baked fish recipes.
I love all kinds of fish, but I have always had a hard time knowing how to cook it to make it both still healthy and taste good. Baking fish is a really good way to go. It is easy and generally is healthy and I think it’s the hardest way to mess up fish.
There is a large variety so you should be able to find more than one new recipe you like. I am excited to find so many good recipes. My usual way of making it is to grill a fish fillet on my small Lean Fat Grillin’ Machine with some lemon pepper on it.
I eat it with brown rice and vegetables or make a sandwich. If I’m feeling really fancy, I’ll cut up some lemon wedges and squirt some fresh lemon over my fish and in my water.
Salmon is my favorite, but with the price of everything rising so much, I’m excited to try a lot of other kinds of fish also. What’s your favorite type of fish?
Variety is the spice of life you know! Are you ready to try all of these clean eating healthy baked fish recipes too? Let me know how they turn out. Enjoy eating clean. Since variety is the spice of life I actually have some other recipes that I picked that I thought you might like.
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Clean Eating healthy baked fish recipes
1. Easy Baked Salmon Recipe with a Lemon Garlic Herb Crust – My Natural Family
Butter – Lemon – Salmon
This very simple baked salmon is so quick and easy to make. It only has three ingredients if you don’t count the five herbs. If you are afraid of cooking salmon like I used to be you should try this recipe. Your fears will disappear and you’ll be making baked fish every week. Yes, you can also use this recipe for other types of fish.
2. Super Easy 30 Minute Paleo Tilapia Veracruz – My Natural Family
Tilapia – Onion – Anaheim Chili – Tomatoes – Green Olives – Capers – Lime
Since I ate fish Veracruz in a restaurant I finally learned to like fish and not be afraid of cooking it. I tried to copy the dish and this is what I came up with. It’s basically your favorite kind of fish which you buy frozen cooked in one pan with a tomato sauce on it. The green olives and capers give it a lot of extra flavors but aren’t always necessary.
3. Maple Walnut Crusted Salmon – The Healthy Foodie
Ghee – Salmon Fillets – Walnuts – Smoked Paprika – Chipotle Powder – Maple Syrup – Apple Cider Vinegar – Coconut Aminos
Salmon is a very easy fish to cook. Its flesh is firm and it holds its shape really well. You can cook it pretty much any way you want and it will stay in one piece. You can grill it, smoke it, poach it or pan fry it. You could also cover it with a walnut crust and bake it in the oven and have dinner ready in a few minutes. It doesn’t have a real sweet taste with only subtle hints of sweetness. It also has a little kick from the pepper.
4. Garlic Butter Baked Salmon in Foil – Little Spice Jar
Salmon – Lemon Juice – Garlic – Butter – Italian Seasoning – Red Pepper Flakes – Parsley
This Salmon is brushed with garlic butter and lemon sauce and baked in foil. It’s easy to make and can be ready to eat in 30 minutes or less. When salmon is cooked in foil it turns out very tender and flakey. Garlic and butter together is a favorite of mine and it’s so good on this salmon.
5. 5 Ingredient Tuscan Baked Fish – Sweet C’S
Olive Oil – Onion – Diced Tomatoes with Oregano and Basil – Fish of Choice – Capers
My kids are pretty picky and they don’t like fishy smells or flavors but they really like this fish. There are only five ingredients. The whole family will love this quick and easy meal. You make the sauce and soften some onions and then you put the sauce on top of the fish and bake in the oven.
6. Easy Salmon and Potato Foil Packets – Averie Cooks
Potato – Olive Oil – Salmon Filets – Orange – Lemon
This is really easy to make, so much so that a beginning cook can make it and get compliments. It only takes half an hour to bake. All you do is put the potatoes on the foil, put the salmon on top, then sprinkle the olive oil and juices on top, seal the foil and bake it. Just make sure you slice the potatoes really thin so they can be cooked at the same time the salmon is.
7. Parmesan Crusted Tilapia – Taste and Tell
Parmesan Cheese – Paprika – Parsley – Olive Oil – Tilapia Fillets – Lemon
This is simple to prepare and can be on the table in twenty minutes. It takes longer for the oven to preheat than it does for the fish to cook. It tastes so good that a five-year-old becomes a fish lover.
8. One pan Mediterranean Baked Halibut with Vegetables – The Mediterranean Dish
Lemons – Olive Oil – Garlic – Dill Weed – French Green Beans – Cherry Tomatoes – Onions – Halibut Fillet
This is another easy way to prepare fish but this time we’re using halibut. You just make a sauce with the olive oil and other ingredients. Place it over the green beans and tomatoes and bake it all in the oven. Takes thirty minutes or less.
9. Honey Garlic Salmon – I Food Real
Honey – Lemon/Lime Juice – Garlic – Salmon Fillets – Coconut Oil – Green Onions
These salmon fillets are covered with a caramelized honey crust and topped with a bit of garlic and green onions. It’s simple, clean and delicious. I suggest serving it will steamed broccoli and cooked quinoa or brown rice.