Prosciutto Wrapped Haddock
That's right! Prosciutto Wrapped Haddock for FOUR points!
This was yummy, quick, and according to my husband "restaurant quality."
You will need some white fish - buy whatever looks yummy, is cheap, is wild caught and American/Canadian - we used haddock.
Each piece was about 4oz or a little less.
Lay out the fish on a cutting board and drizzle with a smidge of olive oil
Sprinkle some black pepper
Sprinkle a very small amount of cut fresh basil (a little goes a long way here - your fish could taste like prosciutto wrapped basil... which I guess wouldn't be so bad either...)
Wrap each piece of fish in a piece of prosciutto
You do NOT need additional salt - the prosciutto takes care of that for you.
Bake in the oven at 400 for 15-20 minutes or until fish is firm. While baking make the following lemon butter sauce.
In a sauce pan melt 2 tbs of butter
Add in some fresh thyme and turn the burner off - let the flavors meld
zest half a lemon into the butter
squeeze half of the lemon in the butter
When the fish is done drizzle each portion with a tsp of your lemon butter. Since it is only really half butter (in each tsp) it is no points unless you put more than a tsp on - which you do not need - it is very flavorful!
I served it with fresh veggie salad. Nothing is better than using herbs and veggies that I grew and serving safe and healthy food to my family.
We also had tater tots, they didn't make the picture :)