[Sca-cooks] OOP - Baked Fish
grm at andrew.cmu.edu
Mon Jun 29 14:45:08 PDT 2009
FWIW (Hi folks, just had my 35th anniversary with type 1 diabetes this
year), some meal (cornmeal, flour, bread crumbs) on your fish is ok -- you
just need to adjust what other carbohydrates you eat around what you use on
the fish (the trick is not to just cut everything out, but to balance it in
a reasonable way).
One that we like (my husband is type 2, WVa - "if it's not deepfried it's
not fish" kind of fella), is a pan fried whitefish filet (so far we've
tried cod and haddock) with a flour, chili powder, and salt dredge,
panfried in a little olive oil. Yummy.
Another tasty fish is fish kebobs - take a fish steak (tuna, shark, sword
fish -- something like that), and cut it into kebobs. Marinate it in a
mixture of lemon juice, a little olive oil, salt, pepper, and herbs (your
choice -- but garlic and oregano are good), then skewer and grill. Serve
with fresh tomatos and cucumber, or with cucumber sauce.
--On Monday, June 29, 2009 3:32 PM -0600 Deborah Hammons
<mistressaldyth at gmail.com> wrote:
> My other half has been type 2 for 15 years. If you don't have issues that
> keep you away from oil and fat, try bacon grease. Trout and catfish do
> well in that. If you need crispy you can eat and aren't allergic, use
> crushed nuts. Almonds are really good. Lard or bacon grease is not
> spectacular on cod, but it does work. Rhys really likes me to coat the
> fish in the cajun boil spice and fry it in the bacon grease. YMMV.
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