Saturday, April 07, 2007

Fish for Supper

It may be cold outside but it's warm in here!

I thought I would provide a low fat alternative to those of you who think the only way to eat fish is fried.

First, heat your oven to 350 and chunk up some white russet potatoes. Spray with vegetable spray and season with your favorite seasoning. (Tony's)

While the taters are cooking, light some Kingsford charcoal on the grill and get it nice and hot. I like to cook up some veggies before the main event.

Tonight is zucchini, yellow squash, onions, and red & green bell peppers.

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I cook the fish fillets in a basket. Fresh fish is hard enough to keep together and without any significant oil or butter they will stick but if you are careful taking them out you can keep most of it together.

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To top the meal off I put some asparagus and mushrooms under the broiler for a few minutes.

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With just a few sprays of Pam you have a great tasting low fat meal that's just the ticket on a chilly evening. Add a salad with low fat dressing and some frozen yogurt and if that doesn't fill you up I don't know what will!

1 comment:

Bawana said...

Hey that looks good enough to eat! I was going to be the camp cook next time we got together looks like I had better be on my game. Happy Easter to all.