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Clean Eating Lemon & Garlic Butter Rainbow Trout + 12 #SeafoodWeek Recipes

It’s Seafood Week! A week where seafood lovers get the chance to celebrate all of the many wonders that the sea offers.

I love seafood and I have become a lot more confident in cooking it over the past few years and even more so since our family adopted ‘Fish Fridays’ once a week.

If you love fish, but are a bit unsure on how to cook it then this recipe is a great one to try. I love ‘cook from frozen’ fish fillets. They are so handy to keep in the freezer ready to make for dinner any time you need them. I often buy Aldi’s frozen rainbow trout fillets and they are some of the best frozen fish fillets I have ever had.

With a little simple flavouring and careful wrapping before cooking in the oven (this video shows how I like to wrap mine in baking paper), you can be just 20 minutes away from a gorgeous light, flavourful dinner that the whole family will enjoy.

If you love seafood, be sure to check out the 12 Clean Eating Seafood Recipes listed below.

  1. Clean Eating Salmon, Spring Onion Omelette
  2. Clean Eating Cajun Prawns
  3. Clean Eating Summertime Salmon Quinoa
  4. Clean Eating Mackerel Asparagus Spaghetti
  5. Clean Eating Lemon & Rosemary Baked Haddock
  6. Clean Eating Pesto Salmon
  7. Clean Eating Fish & Chips
  8. Clean Eating Rainbow Tuna Salad
  9. Clean Eating Lemon Parsley Salmon
  10. Clean Eating Mackerel & White Bean Salad
  11. Clean Eating Paprika Prawns
  12. Clean Eating Salmon, Egg & Green Bean Salad

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Clean Eating Lemon & Garlic Butter Rainbow Trout

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  • Yield: 4 Servings

This simple fish recipes is light and flavour packed making it a great meal for the whole family.



  1. Preheat the oven to 180*C. In a small bowl, thoroughly mix together the butter, parsley and garlic with a fork.
  2. Tear off 4 long pieces of greaseproof baking paper or foil and rub 1/4 teaspoon of oil into the middle of each piece.
  3. Place the frozen rainbow trout fillets skin side down onto the oiled sheet and rub over the garlic butter. (I fined this easiest to do with my fingers).
  4. Wrap the sheets of paper or foil into little parcel with a pocket of air above the rainbow trout fillets. Place the parcels onto a baking tray.
  5. Place the baking tray into the oven and cook for 20-25 minutes (or according to packet instructions).
  6. Once cooked, remove from the oven and carefully take out of the parcels.
  7. Serve with extra parsley and lemon if desired.

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