This was really good! We followed the recommendation of previous posters, and left them as fillets--we used three of the Costco frozen fillets. Instead of using an aluminum pan, we sprayed some aluminum foil with cooking spray, placed the fillets on the foil, covered them with the onion slices, dotted them with 3 tbsp of butter, and then spooned the "sauce" over them. To make the sauce, we used a 14 1/2 oz can of regular diced tomatoes, granulated garlic (we were out of garlic cloves), a small can of diced green chilis, the wine & the salt & pepper, put it all in a small bowl, and stirred until it was well mixed. Finally we took one large lemon, cut it in half, and then in quarters, squeezed the juice over the fish, and then included the lemon pieces with the fish. After adding a second layer of foil underneath the first, we left the top open, put the whole thing in our grill basket, and threw it on the grill for about 30 minutes. Even the 4 yr old devoured it, although she scraped off the "peppers". Pair this with some rice & some green beans, and you have a yummy meal, that's actually good for you! P.S. We forgot the cheese, but I'm sure that would have been amazing too!
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This was really good! We followed the recommendation of previous posters, and left them as...