Cooking Fish with Wildtree

cooking fish with wildtree

cooking fish with wildtree

My family and I went fishing on a charter for Mother’s Day. We caught a boat load of grouper and snapper. So I cooked up my share of it using some seasonings that Will’s mom, Mary, gave us. She is a representative for a company called Wildtree. Wildtree is a line of organic and all-natural products and recipes. There are no preservatives, additives, MSG, dyes, or GMOs in their products. They also have gluten-free and dairy-free products. They offer seasonings, sauces, mixes, and meals ready to make. Basically, Wildtree is a line of food products that are not only good for you, but also taste great. If you want to find out more about the products Wildtree offers and how you can get some, visit Mary’s website here.

Now onto what I used to cook my fish. The seasonings I used were the Lemon Rosemary Blend and the Dill Dip Blend.

cooking fish with wildtree

Directions:

Once you acquire some fish, preferably grouper or snapper, you can start filleting it. I baked some of my fish and grilled the rest on the stove. To bake it you need to preheat the oven to 415 degrees and put aluminum foil in a pan. Dry your fish with a paper towel and then brush on some vegetable oil onto the fish and sprinkle the seasoning on top. Put your fish into the pan and bake for about 15 minutes or until the fish is fully cooked. To grill it I just sprinkled it with seasoning and put it in a pan with some vegetable oil on medium high heat until it gets sort of blackened. Either way you cook it, the fish tastes extremely good. My favorite was the Lemon Rosemary Blend. If you are going to use the Dill Dip Blend then a little goes a long way, just a tad is all you need.

cooking fish with wildtree

All natural ingredients are so good for you. I’ve been really trying to stay away from GMOs and all things bad for me. Using Wildtree products is a great help and I highly recommend it. If you get a chance, try it out. You won’t regret it.


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xo Jenny

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