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Moroccan Fish with Apples and Onions Recipe

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1 (5 oz.) onion
1 apple
4.5 oz. cod (or other fish of choice)
1 T Bragg's liquid aminos or coconut aminos
1 t Moroccan spices
1/2 t Pumpkin pie spice/cinnamon
Pink salt, to taste

Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Remove paper skin from onion & slice off the top
Poke holes in top with a knife
Place onion in small baking dish & slowly dribble with liquid aminos (You don't want the liquid in the baking dish; you want it in the onion)
Cover with tin foil & place in oven for 45 minutes
Drizzle fish with liquid aminos then liberally sprinkle with Moroccan spices on both sides
Place in small baking dish
Cut up half the apple into small chunks and place around and on top of fish
Dust lightly with pumpkin pie spice and/or cinnamon
Cover with tin foil
Cut up the other half of the apple in similar chunks & sprinkle lightly with pink salt then set aside
When the 45 minutes is done, leave the onion in the oven and place the fish/apple dish in as well
Bake 15 minutes then remove both dishes from oven
Cut the onion into pieces on a plate
Carefully remove fish and apples with a fish spatula and place on top of onions
Sprinkle uncooked apple pieces on top




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