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F arm-fresh is what many fam­i­lies de­sire. Straight from the farm to your ta­ble is one of the best ways you can en­sure you’re de­liv­er­ing a nu­tri­tious and de­li­cious meal for fam­ily or friends.

Whole­some meals can bring ev­ery­one to­gether around the din­ner ta­ble; even lit­tle ones can en­joy flaky, baked fish, a nu­tri­tious potato-based side dish and a trendy-twist on a farm-fresh bev­er­age with th­ese fun, fla­vor­ful recipes.

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When it comes to bak­ing fish, flaky and fresh can make for a great com­bi­na­tion. For a clas­sic meal with a sea­soned flare, try this de­li­cious baked fish with lemon pep­per sea­son­ing and onions. Find more tra­di­tional, tasty recipes at

Baked Fish

Recipe cour­tesy of the United States Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture Servings: 4

Non­stick cook­ing spray 1 pound fish fil­lets (white­fish,

trout or tilapia) 1 onion, sliced 1/4 tea­spoon salt 1/4 tea­spoon black pep­per

2 tea­spoons veg­etable oil 1/4 tea­spoon lemon pep­per

sea­son­ing (op­tional)

Heat oven to 350 F.

Place 12-inch piece of foil on counter. Coat foil with non­stick cook­ing spray. Place fil­lets in mid­dle of foil. If fil­lets have skin, place skin-side down.

Spread sliced onions, salt, pep­per and oil on top of fil­lets. Add lemon pep­per sea­son­ing, if de­sired. Fold foil over fish.

Place foil pouch on bak­ing sheet and place in oven. Bake fish 15-20 min­utes un­til fish reaches a min­i­mum in­ter­nal tem­per­a­ture of 145 F on a food ther­mome­ter and is flaky when tested with fork.

Di­vide into four por­tions and serve.

Photo cour­tesy of Getty Images

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