Fiesta Fish
This fish recipe was one of those, “what do I have in my kitchen to make this taste amazing”? I buy my fish locally, and depending on what the fisherman bring in, I don’t always get a big selection. When I think of Cod fish, I remember growing up eating this fish with a dab of butter and bread crumbs. Always tasty, but didn’t have that “wow” factor. That, and we can do without some butter and breadcrumbs! Mom – please don’t be mad when you read this! You were my first mentor in the kitchen ☺ So this particular day when I visited my fav local fish shop - Pops Fish Market, this was a fresh catch! Brought it home, and dove into my pantries. There I found the Archer Farms Black Bean and Corn Salsa from Target.
Fiesta Fish
This fish recipe was one of those, “what do I have in my kitchen to make this taste amazing”? I buy my fish locally, and depending on what the fisherman bring in, I don’t always get a big selection. When I think of Cod fish, I remember growing up eating this fish with a dab of butter and bread crumbs. Always tasty, but didn’t have that “wow” factor. That, and we can do without some butter and breadcrumbs! Mom – please don’t be mad when you read this! You were my first mentor in the kitchen ☺ So this particular day when I visited my fav local fish shop - Pops Fish Market, this was a fresh catch! Brought it home, and dove into my pantries. There I found the Archer Farms Black Bean and Corn Salsa from Target.
Servings
2
Servings
2
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Mix together spices to make dry rub in small bowl and sprinkle or rub onto fish.
  3. Spray dish and fish with olive oil water (see my tool!)
  4. Bake fish for about 15-18 minutes for a thick piece 1 – 1.25 inches thick
  5. While fish is baking, mix yogurt, salsa and lime juice in small bowl.
  6. Take fish out of oven and top with salsa and yogurt mix.
  7. Sprinkle with shredded cheese and diced tomatos!