En papillote means “in parchment” in French. It’s a cooking technique that is especially beneficial to fish— the enclosed packet allows fish to gently cook in its own steam and remain moist. When you finally get to open up the papillote, the aromas of any vegetables and herbs added is a wonderful surprise at the dinner table. And at the bottom of the packet, you will find a delicious sauce that pairs well with rice.
This is, by far, one of our best recipes for fish. It was so simple yet so delicious. Your guests will have so much fun opening up their own little packet to find what's inside. It's like a little present at the dinner table!
For the recipe, visit Game and Fish Magazine: http://www.gameandfishmag.com/fishing/walleye/asian-style-walleye-en-papillote-recipe/