Fish en Papillote (in Paper)

Fish en Papillote (in Paper)

This incredibly aromatic dish is the result of steam and fresh ingredients blending together in paper—creating a sauce without adding fat.

"This seafood dish is on the patient menu, something we’re extremely proud of,” says Ryan Conklin, executive chef, Rex Healthcare, Raleigh, NC. “The big point of en papillote is to get its aroma wafting through the air. It's a flavorful cooking method in which you’re not adding a lot of fat or oil.”

Fish en Papillote (in Paper) is a classic French preparation. “En Papillote” (pronounced EN pa-pee-YAWT) means cooked in a paper wrapper. The word papillote comes from the French w

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