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RMO56’s “Breaded” Fish

Posted by Solitary Dancer on June 10, 2006

“Breaded” Fish

I ate this tonight and it was delicious.

Ingredients:

Talapia- fillets (i fried 6)

Golden Flax Seed Meal approx 1/2 cup
Grated Parmesan cheese approx 1/4 cup
salt and pepper to taste
oil—your choice, I just used vegetable oil

Pat fillets dry.
Mix all ingrediants, you have to decide on amounts based on how many fillets you are frying. I started out with about 1/2 cup of the meal, but
there was a lot left over at the end.

Dredge the fillets in the “breading” and place in skillet with hot oil. Fry to golden brown, usually about 2 minutes per side. Again time depends on size of fillets.

Serve with tarter sauce, made wth mayo and dill relish.

This had no effect on my bg and tasted great!

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