A simple Lemon Garlic Haddock recipe for a quick high-protein meal | uprootformoregon.com

Lemon Garlic Haddock

This simple Lemon Garlic Haddock recipe comes together in a flash – some lemon juice, minced garlic, and olive oil is rubbed into the fish before baking – and is perfect for topping a salad for a summer meal. I was invigorated by the sunshine in Denver yesterday, after a few weeks of thunderstorms and rain. Summertime… 

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