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Broiled Haddock with Tomatoes & Capers


Who doesn't love a quick and easy weeknight meal? This dinner was very easy to make and healthy at the same time! You can use a variety of fish in this dish as well, but I'd probably recommend a white fish.

The sauce was also great on the side of green beans I made (just heated up canned green beans from my family's garden with some salt and pepper). Enjoy! Ingredients: ~ 4 servings of fish filets (I had 2 very large filets of haddock) 1 can Hunt's Fire-Roasted diced tomatoes, with garlic 1 handful of capers (adjusted based on your liking) 1/4 cup white wine (I'd recommend something dry) dash of salt and pepper olive oil, enough to brush on the filets Directions: Salt and pepper the fish and brush with olive oil. Set the oven to Broil and place the rack about 6 inches from the broiler. While the fish is broiling, heat the tomatoes in a pan with the capers. Add the wine and reduce until the sauce thickens a bit. Depending on your taste, you may want to add a tb of sugar into the mixture or use a sweeter wine to mix in. Simmer a couple of minutes and top the fish once the fish is done broiling. The fish should take around 10-15 minutes depending on the thickness.


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