A healthier you by cooking this simple fish recipe

Food. Hmm food. Sounding a little like Homer Simpson.. only he’s not healthy.

The importance of a balanced diet. is important for many reasons. To remain healthier and proactive to feel better in yourself and bring back a more natural complex. Now I’m not going to tell you what to eat or when to eat. I’m just going to show you some simple dishes to make to be healthier, well being you.

Don’t be fooled. Being healthier when it comes to choosing what to eat doesn’t have to be expensive. picking a pack of Aspragus and a fish fillet for around £2.30

Fish is packed with protein and omega 3 giving you all the nutrients to make your body stronger. And asparagus is a brilliant vegetable although seasonality is limited its packed with vitamins and minerals that are essential to our bodies and helps our immune system

All these vitamins and minerals and omega 3 in one simple dish for a cheaper price than the cost of McDonald’s.

Mackerel, citrus fennel & horseradish slaw.

For example this. Mackerel with citrus fennel & horseradish slaw only took 5 minutes to put together.

Fish doesn’t need to be complex. Fish should be simple and easy.

Recipe – 1 mackerel. Filleted & gutted.

– 1 bulb fennel

-2 horseradish – very thin.slice.

-spinach – washed

-2 sugar drop tomatoes.

-2 lemons

-parsely- chopped

-basil – chopped

Cooking time 5 minutes

Prep time 5 minutes

1) toss all ingredients together in a bowl juice of 2 lemons with salt and pepper. Toss together.

2) filet the mackerel, v cut to remove pin bones. Score the mackerel evenly along the fish. Sprinkle with paprika and salt and pepper ( YouTube have a butcher & fish monger by The name of Scott Rea .. for V cutting mackerel)

3) brush with oil and fry skin side down for 2 minutes. Turn over and cook.for another 3 minutes

4) serve on the bed of fennel & horseradish slaw.

Let us know if you’ve made this ? Leave a review. Drop a like. Anyways thanks for reading.

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