I grew up in South Florida not far from the ocean. So it might not be surprising that I love most seafood. Fish is a favorite at our house. In fact, we eat it at least once a week. It’s good for you and cooks up in literally minutes. Those are two of my favorite criteria when trying to decide what to make for dinner. Whitefish like Halibut or Flounder is packed with quality protein and is low in fat. You can’t go wrong with that combination!
However, sometimes when you eat the same things on a regular basis, you get in the mood for something a little different. So I did a little experimenting in the kitchen to find a fresh way to make my old dinner go-to.
- 1. Preheat the oven to 375.
- 2. Add your pecans, coconut and seasonings to a food processor and pulse until you get crumbs.
- 3. Whisk your egg in a separate large, flat bottomed bowl.
- 4. Set up a dipping station – one small bowl with eggs to dip and one small plate of crumbs.
- 5. Coat the fish in egg then cover in crumbs. Place on a foil lined cookie sheet coated with coconut oil or a non-stick pan.
- 6. Bake 8-10 minutes or until fish is cooked through.