Eat– for Good Health

Baked Flounder with Dill and Caper Sour Cream is 200 calories, and prep time is under ten minutes.   Ingredients:  4 (6-oz flouder fillets), fresh dill, lemon, 1/2 cup reduced fat sour cream, and 2 tablespoons capers. 

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  Sprinkle salt and pepper evenly over fillets.  Place fish on “butter sprayed” foil for easy clean up.  Bake for about ten minutes or until fish flakes when tested with a fork.  While fish bakes, combine capers and sour cream.  Snip fresh dill onto fillets and serve with unlimited broccoli. 

Add dill near the end of cooking time to maximize flavor.  Serve with steamed broccoli and a lemon wedge.  Add a tomato tossed salad and brown rice if you wish.

Baked Flounder with Dill and Caper Cream


14 thoughts on “Eat– for Good Health

  1. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    I love fish. Most kids don’t. I just phoned the boys and told them I was making fish tonight for Rob and I but could make them something else if they didn’t like it. Max said they wanted what we were having. Aren’t they the best?

  2. Bob Hedges

    Mary Alice, it was nice of you to ask them. Perhaps Jake and Max genuinely like fish. Believe it or not, I always did.

  3. Kathleen

    Remember, Rose Anne, that happiness is like a virus, and we are happier when we hang around with cheerful people. We catch their joy, according to Harvard research, about 34% of the time. Another way is to lay the groundwork for future fun– plan a vacation or order a good read. Check tonight’s TV listings.

  4. Janessa Breckenridge

    Rose Anne, don’t forget to toot your own horn. Do it often inside your head. Think about what you have accomplished, not always about what you need to do.

  5. Reba Studebaker

    Don’t forget these two little words– Thank you. Everytime I thank someone for some small thing, I end up feeling good.

  6. Kathleen

    Glad we helped, Rose Anne. But believe me, we all struggle with small stuff. Something that happened to us a week ago– someone who walked by our front yard (but we don’t know who) reported that one of our cats didn’t look right, and the people who lived there (that would be us!) were not taking care of our cat. Well, our cat has skin cancer. Our vet told us it wasn’t hurting her yet but since it will come all over, the vet did not recommend the slice and dice technique. Anyway, the animal control person did a full investigation. We were not happy!

  7. Kathleen

    We made an appointment with our vet to get a complete work up and after that (tomorrow) we will send documentation to animal control with the citation ticket. The experience has been depressing. We feel it is premature to put our cat “to sleep” because her ears have black spots on them. We have already had the ears cut back once. Anyway— sometimes we don’t feel happy!

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