Farmhouse Kitchen for 4 servings
The beauty of this dish is you can use a wide variety of fish, and you can season it however you like. I am suggesting a miso glaze because it goes nicely with turnips, fish, greens etc., but you could do something more along the lines of a light citrus and basil with some garlic. Or keep it really simple and just add salt and pepper. Go with your gut!
Preheat oven to 450 F. Depending on how big your fish pieces are cut out 4 15” to 20” pieces of parchment paper, fold in half and cut out a half heart shape. Open it up and brush lightly with some toasted sesame oil or for a non Asian flavor go with a good olive oil. Place a few pieces of washed arugula right next to the fold, then the fish on top and the broccoli or turnips on top of the fish and sprinkle a few fava beans on top of everything. Fold the other half over and roll the edges over to create a nice, tight seal, twisting the ends. Alternatively, some recipes use piece of foil rather than parchment. Place on a baking sheet and bake for 8 to 10 minutes for lighter fish like a sole, 12 to 15 for bass or up to 20 minutes for heartier fish like salmon.
3/4 cup Miso, red would be nicer with salmon, white better with a sole or other lighter fish
1/2 cup Soy Sauce
2 TB Oil, Toasted Sesame will add more flavor
2 TB Mirin or Lemon or Lime Juice
Mix all the ingredients together. Brush some on the fish. Cut the turnips in half or floret the broccoli and mix it around in the glaze. Heat a sauté pan over medium and cook the veg until it just starts to become the slightest bit more tender. Divide over the fish as mentioned above.