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Crockpot Fish

     I learned such a simple and yummy way to prepare almost any variety of fish.  It keeps the fish moist and not overdone without much effort at all just by cooking foil packets in the crockpot.


  • Fish of your choice filleted (Start with tilapia perhaps for a mild fish taste if you aren’t a fish lover)
  • Seafood rub or seasoning (can also just use some salt, pepper, and fresh dill)---try McCormick Salmon seasoning or Lemon Pepper seasoning.
  • Small pat of butter per fillet
  • Aluminum foil


  1. Place 1 fish fillet onto a piece of aluminum foil.
  2. Top with a small pat of butter.
  3. Sprinkle with seasoning.
  4. Wrap up the foil into a packet and repeat until all packets are made.
  5. Line the bottom of the crockpot with your foil packets and set on low.
  6. Cook for approximately 2 hours (thinner fillets will cook faster and you do NOT want to overcook fish).  The fish should be flaky and still moist looking. 

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