Healthy good fats in the seabass with crispy skin -yum!
A smear of aubergine puree and cauilflower couscous and crispy cavolo nero.
The carrot is sliced and cooked together with cabbage and kale. Mixed together with some Moroccan style spices.
The recipe and stages of preparation are in the sequence of photos.
Red mulllet or any other firm white flesh fish.
Ready cooked prawns
Chopped sweet potatoes
Chopped red chillies
Gluten free red Thai curry paste
Chopped fresh ginger
Tin of full fat Coconut nut milk
Oven bake or pan fry the fish in coconut oil so it remains firm and just cooked.
Oven bake the sweet potatoes in coconut oil until browned and nearly crispy.
Put into a oven proof serving dish as in picture #1, and add prawns and top with spinach leaves and chllies.
Gently simmer the mix of coconut milk, curry paste, ginger, spices all together for about 5 minutes and then pour over the ingredients in the serving dish.
Oven bake for a further 5-10 minutes
And serve with rice or rice noodles and maybe some tenderstem broccoli.
Healthy and yummy!
Place kale first in a baking dish and lay a boned and filleted wild sea bass fillet on the top. I also added some fennel.
The fish is seasoned with olive oil salt pepper and lemon.
The kale is also sprinkled with olive oil or if you wish, coconut oil.
Bake for about 15 minutes.
A delicious, low carb and healthy meal!