I love traditional deep-fried fish and chips, however, if you are looking for a healthy alternative to this popular supper, look no further!
You can use any white fish for this meal. I dipped it in seasoned coconut flour instead of breadcrumbs and baked it in the oven instead of deep-frying it. Served with parsnip and carrot wedges instead of deep-fried potato chips, this supper is certainly high on nutrition, although die-hard traditionalists would say that nothing beats the taste of chips oozing fat!
White fish is a healthy food providing protein, vitamin B12, potassium and selenium, and with the addition of an array of coloured vegetables, you’d be hard beat to find a more nutritious meal from your local fish and chips takeaway.