These fish parcels are great for mid-week meals. They are quick, easy and tasty. You can also use the teriyaki sauce to pour over pan-fried or oven-baked fish, if you don’t want to do parcels. Prep some rice or noodles to have on the side of this dish.
Make the teriyaki sauce. Place the soy sauce, honey, mirin, garlic, ginger & sesame oil into a bowl and mix thoroughly till all the honey is incorporated. Give it a very short blast in the microwave if it’s not coming together because the honey is cold. Set aside.
Prepare the veg. Slice the capsicum into strips and break the broccoli into medium size florets. Slice the spring onion thinly (this will be used for garnishing). Set aside.
To make the parcels, tear off two large piece of aluminium foil large enough to wrap the fillets loosely. Tear off the same sized pieces of baking paper.
Lay the baking paper on top of the foil, this will prevent the fish from sticking when you make your parcels.
Place a fish fillet onto each piece of baking paper, split the capsicum & broccoli between each fish fillet.
Bring together the sides of the foil & baking paper of one of the pieces of fish. Pour up to half of the teriyaki sauce over the fish and vegetables. Pinch the foil together to close the parcel, not too tightly, but tight enough to not allow the sauce to pour out. Repeat with the remaining fish parcel.
Place the parcels on a tray and into the oven. Bake for 12 – 20 minutes, depending on the size and thickness of your fish fillet. You can tear a little hole to check how they are getting on.
Open your fish parcels when they’re done (careful of the steam). Serve the fish and veges immediately, on rice or noodles. Make sure you don’t waste any of the sauce from the parcels, it’s the best bit. Garnish with spring onions and toasted sesame seeds. Enjoy!