Quick Meal Tips for Busy Mompreneurs- Fish Recipe

 
"Hey Moms! It's BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!!! That means so many things for families, but we want to highlight one of those and that is QUICK & EASY recipes for busy Mompreneurs. Often times, busy doesn't always mean productive, but with a bit of help and organization we become busy, BUT PRODUCTIVE Mompreneurs. To help me do this, I have enlisted the help of some very enthusiastic Moms! They have provided their family's favorite go to quick, easy, & healthy meals!"- Tamell Green

"Hey Moms! It's BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!!! That means so many things for families, but we want to highlight one of those and that is QUICK & EASY recipes for busy Mompreneurs. Often times, busy doesn't always mean productive, but with a bit of help and organization we become busy, BUT PRODUCTIVE Mompreneurs. To help me do this, I have enlisted the help of some very enthusiastic Moms! They have provided their family's favorite go to quick, easy, & healthy meals!"- Tamell Green


Stuffed Fish (Serves a family of 5) 

Guest Mom- Carla Mathis Malcom

I am Carla Mathis Malcolm, the wife of Ashenhiem Malcolm and the mother of 3 girls (Aria 13, Kyla 8, and Danica 3). I recently graduated with my second Master’s Degree, in Occupational Therapy. After completing the licensure process, I plan to eventually be the owner of a Pediatric Occupational Therapy Company that caters towards children with Sensory Integration Disorders.  This is a quick meal that I normally turn to because after prepping, I just put it in the oven and in less than 20 minutes… it’s done.  As a busy Mom, it is always great to have a go to meal that my family absolutely LOVES! Enjoy!

Ingredients

  • 5 Fish Fillets Preferably Red Snapper or Salmon (Tilapia can be used)
  • 1 Tomato Chopped
  • 1Clove of Garlic Diced
  • 1 Onion Chopped
  • ½  Bell Pepper Chopped
  • 1 Container of Spinach Dip (preferably from Publix Deli)
  • 1 Stick of Butter or ½ block of Golden Ray Jamaican Butter
  • 1 Lime
  • Salt and Pepper

Directions

Add 2 spoon fulls of spinach dip on one end of the fish fillet. 

 
Photo Credit: www.dreamtime.com

Photo Credit: www.dreamtime.com

Add 2 spoon fulls of spinach dip on one end of the fish fillet. 

Roll fish up and use a toothpick to stabilize.  Line up each stuffed fish in large Pyrex or tin pan.  Squeeze lime juice over fish.  Sprinkle a little salt and pepper for taste (you don’t needmuch because the spinach dip is already salted).  Then layer the tomatoes, garlic, onion, bell pepper, and butter over the stuffed fish.  Cover and bake at 450 degrees F for 4 to 6 minutes per 1-inch thickness of the fish.  This entrée goes great with brown or white rice.

Photo Credit: www.wmarketnyc.com

Photo Credit: www.wmarketnyc.com