When I was kid, my dad was a commercial fisherman. I grew up eating the cream of the ocean and to this day love good quality fish. Unfortunately, I do not live near a good fish market and I am limited to what I can find at my local supermarket.
Most cheaper grade of fish are best battered and fried. GAPS/SCD limit us in being able to fry foods like fish. I got to thinking about ways to oven fry…and remembered a while back that I oven fried chicken livers with some success. So I decided to try this with my package of cod.
I dipped the pieces of cod into an egg wash and then rolled them in a seasoned coconut flour mixture (seasoning was garlic, salt, black pepper, paprika, and thyme). After placing them on a greased cookie sheet I baked the coconut floured fish in a 350 oven about 15 minutes or until the breading is golden brown. (timing will vary depending on the thickness of the pieces.
I served this with carrot soup, some freshly made Kimchi, and spinach cooked with mushrooms and onions.
A fast and easy meal to prepare. So if you miss fried fish try this oven version!