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Fish Baked with Tomatoes, Capers and White Wine

4 Servings
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This simple fish bake delivers tons of flavor but requires minimal prep. You’ll need a good amount of capers—¼ to ½ cup—along with some caper brine, which brings saltiness and tang to balance the sweetness of the vegetables. The onion and tomatoes get a head start on baking; once they’re soft and jammy, the fish fillets, which have been briefly marinated, are placed on top. If your fillets are thicker or thinner than about 1 inch, adjust the baking time up or down to ensure the fish doesn’t wind up dry and overcooked. Serve with warm, crusty bread or a rice or orzo pilaf.



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Betty F.
January 10, 2023
Great fish dish
Quick to prepare with minimal fuss. Delicious flavors. Great mid-week supper, but also good enough for a company dinner.
Gwyn B.
January 8, 2023
Delicious and light!
I made a half recipe with sea bass, Chardonnay and it was very good. In my convection oven I had to add an extra three minutes baking time.