Peppered Fish

This recipe has been requested by so many of my followers. I finally have time to share the secret recipe . This is my quick version of how to make peppered Fish. Its a yummy low carb, keto-diet approved meal. Give this easy recipe a try, enjoy the ride back to the motherland .

Ingredients

2-3 Medium whole Tilapia (descaled and fins removed )

6 small cubes of knoor

2 red bell peppers

1 tomato

2-3 scotch bonnet

1 tbsp. of thyme

1 tbsp. of paprika

1 tbsp.  garlic powder

1 tbsp. of ginger

1 tbsp. of brown sugar

2 tsp of salt (1 for sauce, 1 for fish)

1 red onion

thumb size fresh ginger

Pre heat oven to 400F

Prep

In a bowl combine spices, 4 knoor cubes, and sugar. Set aside

Blend the red bell pepper, 1/2 red onion, 3 garlic cloves (or 4 tbsp. of mince garlic), thumb size of ginger, tomato, and scotch bonnet. Set aside

Meanwhile, add 1/4 cup of oil in a pan with 1/2 chopped onions. Allow to fry for 1-2 minutes on medium high heat. Next add in the pepper blend with the 2 remaining knoor cube, and allow to fry for the next 10 minutes. Set Aside

Method

Wash fish and pat dry. Begin to score the fish ( make 3 diagonal slices in the skin ). Using a brush, begin to baste the fish with oil, on both sides.  Begin to sprinkle your spice blend on top of fish , making sure to insert into the score lines of the fish. Use your hand to massage spices into the fish.  This may seem odd, but make love to the fish :0)

Place fish on baking rack that’s on top of a baking sheet.

Begin to bake, each side for 20 minutes. (flip over after the first 20 minutes and re-baste with oil. This helps with the cooking process ).

After baking , apply a cooking spoon of your pepper sauce on top of the fish. Spread out evenly. Broil (500 F) for 3-5 minutes. Remove from heat, garnish with chopped parsley and onions. Oya Enjoy!!

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Indomie 

img_6460Indomie is a brand name to a popular type of noodles in Nigeria. You can make it with many different type of additives. Below is my version:

2 packages of indomie noodles

1/2 yellow onion

1-2 habanero pepper

1 small tomatoe

1/2 cup of corn beef

1 package of sardine

2 eggs

1/2 cup of oil

Boil eggs, peel and set aside.

Begin to prep by chopping up onions, tomatoes and habanero.

Begin to boil water in a pot add in the indomie noodles. Allow to boil for only 3 minutes. (You don’t want it too soft ) Drain and set aside.

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In a pan pour in some oil, begin to sauté onions, tomatoes,corn beef, and habanero for about 3- 5 minutes. Add in drained noodles. Next add in the seasoning packets and 3 tbsps of oil.

Begin to mix/fry for 2-3 minutes.

Place on plate, add sardine on top with boiled eggs.

Enjoy

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