Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Finger-licking Oven-Fried Fish

I always look out for food that are heart healthy and on this quest I found another finger-licking mouthwatering oven fired fish recipe. Yes it is low calorie crispy baked fish fillets that will help you to cut some calories from your diet but not taste. So all you weightwatcher and heart healthy people don’t miss the this super delicious recipe.
Fish fillets  2 pounds
Fresh lemon juice   1 table spoon
Fat free milk    1/2 cup
Hot sauce        2 to 3 drops
Fresh garlic paste   1 teaspoon
Onion powder       1/4  teaspoon
Salt and white pepper to taste
Coarsley grind cornflakes   1/2 cup
Vegetable oil       1 table spoon 


Pre heat oven to 475°F. After properly cleaning the fish wipe the fillets with lemon juice and pat dry. Now in a bowl mix garlic milk and hot sauce you can add more hot sauce if you want it to be more hot and later on if the temparature of your dine table rise a few degree then that’s totally your resposibity(lol….). Now on a plate mix salt, pepper,onion powder, coarsley grind cornflakes . Let fillets sit briefly in milk and then remove it and coat fillets on both side with seasoned conflakes. Let it stand breifly until the coating sticks to each side of fish. Arrange on a light oiled shallow baking dish. Bake for 20 minutes on middle rack without turning. Cut into six pieces. Serve with Coleslaw and lemon wedges.
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Be Happy And Stay Healthy.



My Little Space said...

Hi dear, thanks for sharing this method. I was planning to make som efish & chips tomorrow. You're here just in time! haha.... Have a great day.
Best regards, Kristy

Dan.Eliot said...

Every year heart disease plagues millions of Americans. Here are five specific cooking tips that can be implemented daily for a healthier heart.
# Choose dairy products that are lower in fat for all recipes.
# When using canned or jarred goods, look for low sodium.
# Use higher sodium products sparingly. (Foods that are surprisingly high in salt: whole milk, ham, white bread, cheese, creamy salad dressing, sour cream, catsup, olives, pickles and condiments)
# Substitute two egg whites for each whole egg.
# Reduce fatty meats. Use meats labeled "loin" or "round". Use beans, veggies, soy, or legumes as the central focus of meals as they are high in protein as well and minimal in fat.

Healthy cooking tips

Anonymous said...

A terrific healthier version, the fish looks so crispy and crunchy with the cornflakes coating.

aipi said...

What a great looking dish- loved the crispy texture n tender fish inside!

US Masala

Mehjabeen Arif said...

Wow.. It looks so crispy and tasty.. will surely try.. thanks for sharing.

New to ur space n happy to follow u for more wonderful recipes..

Do visit me when u get time dear .

Heavenly Housewife said...

Fish & chips is one of my favorite foods, but so unhealthy, I love your changes. I bet this is simply wonderful.
*kisses* HH

Coral said...

wow crunchy fish........ amazing recipe

Roz said...

Hi Sutapa. I just found your blog on dietspotlight's top 50 list. I sooo see why you are on there. LOVE your site, and will visit often. Your recipes look amazing! Thanks for all the great ideas!

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said... looks simply amazing...mmm...truly mouthwatering..
First time here...u hv a wonderful space..visit mine as time permits.

Angie's Recipes said...

So crispy and delicious! I should have tried more with oven-baking instead frying.

Lyndsey said...

Looks amazing! I like to make healthy "fried" foods. I will definitely try this one.

Taste of Beirut said...

Love this crispy oven-baked fish! I am in the process of making some fish today, had planned the recipe beforehand but next time will try your dish as well.

Authenticoriyafood said...

Wow...i love the baked fish!!! Really happy to discover you blog......

FOODESSA said...

Sutapa, I'm so glad you shared the oven baked method so to encourage others to slowly let go of their frying ways. I make this all the time, except, instead of using milk, I use plain yogurt. I will certainly have to try milk as well next time.
The meal looks delish ;o)

Ciao for now,

Katerina said...

This is such a healthy cooked fish! i love that is crispy on the outside!

Jay said...

really a finger licking dish...yummy presentation dear..
Tasty Appetite

Reeni said...

How delicious! Cornflakes make the best crust!