Quick light Swordfish Dinner, Green Beans & mushrooms!
Quick light swordfish dinner,and Green Beans & Mushrooms.
Looking for a quick, easy and light dinner, well my suggestion is try a Swordfish with fresh Green Beans. When you come home from a long day and you only want to make a fast, but great meal, try this meal.
This is such a luxurious feast and still an easy meal to prepare,( you will be glad you tried it). The meal is light because we are not using potatoes nor rice. Then on top, nothing is fried, everything is steamed and baked.
Most of the flavors are natural, hardly any seasoning.
The Ingredients are:
Fresh or Frozen Swordfish, (I prefer fresh, never the less Trader Joes or Sprouts only carry Frozen Swordfish and they are almost as good as the fresh ones)
Sundried Tomatoes (either in a jar with olive oil or just plain in a package will do)
Fresh Green beans
Mushrooms of any sorts
Fresh Basil & & Sea Salt
Prepping the meal:
While you are cleaning & cutting the beans, start marinating the swordfish in either lemon juice, orange juice or blood orange juice, Olive Oil and a bit of Soy Sauce.
Warm the oven to about 425 degrees Fahrenheit
I like to boil the Green Beans in chicken or vegetable stock.
While you are baking the Sword Fish you can cook the Green Beans. Depending if you have frozen of fresh Swordfish 12-15 minutes bake it in a separate baking pan.
Prepping time is about 15 minutes & baking total 25-30 minutes and you are done. The basil & the citrus zest you add for flavor and decoration when plating the dish. Bon Appetite!
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