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Baked fish with tomatoes and cheese

Baked fish with tomatoes and cheese

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Ingredients for cooking fish baked with tomatoes and cheese.

  1. Red fish fillet 2 pieces
  2. Salt to taste
  3. Ground black pepper to taste
  4. Lemon zest with 1/2 lemon
  5. Tomatoes 2 pieces
  6. Mozzarella 2 balls (125 grams each)
  7. Dried basil to taste
  8. Olive oil optional
  9. Cherry tomatoes a few pieces
  • Main ingredients: Pink Salmon, Tomato, Cheese
  • Serving 2 servings


Baking sheet, foil, kitchen knife, cutting board.


Step 1: prepare the fillet.

Fish fillet should be thawed and cleaned of bones. If the fillet is on the skin, then it must be carefully trimmed to remove with a knife. After sprinkle the fish with pepper and salt, add the zest and grind the spices. Let it stand for a few minutes, and preferably about an hour.

Step 2: add cheese and tomatoes.

Place the fish fillet on a greased baking tray (to prevent it from burning, use foil). Cut the tomatoes into thin circles and lay them on top of the fish. Slice after mozzarella and lay it on the tomatoes.
Cut the cherry tomatoes in half and spread around, slightly sprinkled with oil.
Sprinkle salt at the end.

Step 3: bake fish baked with tomatoes and cheese.

Bake fish with tomatoes and cheese in preheated 180 degrees oven for 20-30 minutes. The exact baking time depends on the thickness of the fillet pieces, the thinner they are, the faster they cook.

Step 4: serve the fish baked with tomatoes and cheese.

Serve the finished filet hot, but eat it with a knife and fork. Serve baked cherry tomatoes right there as an addition. You can decorate with basil leaves and add a salad of fresh vegetables. The taste is just amazing!
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- You can try replacing mozzarella with another cheese, which is easy to melt, but only proven, so as not to spoil the fish.