Last week I was craving some comfort food, and nothing sounded better to me than good ole fish and chips!
I wanted to come up with a healthy alternative to the usual readymade fish fingers and oven chips you can buy in the supermarkets. They also needed to be gluten-free.
This meal is so easy and delicious I know you are going to love it. For the fish fingers, I used cod cut into strips, an organic egg, gluten-free flour, organic oats and pan fried them in coconut oil. I was a little worried about the oats and how they would taste, but I was not disappointed -this was so tasty.
Instead of chips -I cut some sweet potato into wedges and baked them in the oven with a little coconut oil and paprika.
2 Fillets of cod, sliced into strips
1 Free-range egg, gently whisked
1 cup of gluten-free oats
3 sweet potatoes, peeled & chopped into wedges
Olive oil or coconut oil
1 dsp of smoked paprika,
Sea salt & pepper
Coat the sweet potatoes with the olive or coconut oil and paprika and place in a preheated oven. Bake for 20-25 minutes until soft.
Take each strip of fish, season, then coat with flour, dip into the egg and then roll in the oats.
Heat the olive or coconut oil in a saucepan.
Add each fish finger to the hot oil. Cook for 8-10 minutes turning occasionally so they gently brown.
Serve the fish fingers and sweet potatoes with homemade ketchup or tomato chutney.
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I'm Dr Christy Fergusson Ph.D. I am a Doctor of Psychology, Chartered Psychologist, Nutritional Therapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Hay House Author. I have a Ph.D., MSc and BA Hons in Psychology; I'm a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, a Nutritional Therapist with the British Association of Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy and a Clinical Hypnotherapist with the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
Through a combined integration of my expertise in nutrition, psychology and hypnotherapy I launched my company The Food Psychologist and quickly become the ‘go to’ food psychology expert in the UK. I'm the food psychologist from Channels 4′s Secret Eaters, a former Sun columnist and in-house nutritionist at Women’s Health Magazine. I published my first book 'Hot, Healthy, Happy' with Hay House in 2013.