Sweet chilli salmon and 3 veg
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It's just raw macadamia nuts, breadcrumbs (I just blitz a piece of whole meal bread) and egg to coat the fillets before crumbing. Be careful not to over-process the nuts or it goes mushy. You can put herbs or whatever in the crumb mixture if you want. There's a recipe on Taste for it.
Macadamia nut crusted blue eye cod
4 blue eye cod fillets - skinned and boned ( or any white fish fillet)
1/2 cup macadamia nuts
1/4 cup panko breadcrumbs
1/4 cup butter ( about 75g) room temp
Tea spoon Chia seeds
Tablespoon Fresh parsley chopped (or dried)
Sea Salt and black pepper
Splash some olive oil and squeeze of lemon juice over the fish fillets, place on lined baking tray, pre heat oven to 190
Put the nuts into a food processor until they resemble bread crumbs , take out and add panko, chia seeds, salt and pepper and parsley
rub the butter into the nut /crumb mixture and place the mixture over the fish to form a crust on one side, bake in oven for 10-12 mins until fish is cooked (place under very hot grill for 60 seconds to brown up the crumb if not brown enough! )
Thanks girls! Anyone have a good healthy lentil recipe? Hope it's ok to ask here
Elijahs Mum (11-02-2015)
What kind? Lentil soup, lentil patties, lentil rice, lentil curries etc?
I made marinated lamb with yellow rice & peas. DD decided the lamb was "yuck" but she loved the rice & peas. We also had a salad with it which she ate.
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I did the lamb on skewers but it was nicer having the lamb mixed in with the rice.
That's my favourite dahl recipe. Kids love it too. I know it says soup but I still eat it over rice.
I also use vegeta as the stock, it seems to make it more flavoursome as I've tried others and the dahl has come out a bit bland in flavour.
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