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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Low Carb Breakfast Sandwhich

One of my followers asked me to come up with some low carb breakfast options. The first thing that popped into my head was a low carb breakfast sandwhich. Easy to make in less than 2 minutes, try my easy recipe today.

Ingredients

3 tbsp of almond flour

1 large egg

1 pinch of baking soda

1 serving of sausage or bacon

1 slice of american cheese

1 tbsp of melted butter


In a bowl combine 1 egg, flour, baking soda, and salt. Mix well.

Butter a ramekin or a small round bowl, pour bread mixture into bowl and microwave on high for 1.5 minute.

Remove bowl from microwave, allow to cool off for 30 seconds. Using a spatula, round the edges and remove the bread from the bowl, slice in half and place aside.

In a pan prepare your egg the way you like it, either scrambled, sunny-side up, or fried.

Also fry your sausage or bacon and set aside.

Now its time to build your sandwich, use one piece of bread as the bottom layer, place your sausage then eggs on top. Layer with  the slice of cheese next and then 1 more piece of bread.

Enjoy

Carbohydrate count per meal – 3 net gms

This meal is Keto approved.

P.S- If you are not following the keto diet and you want to cut some of the fat out, try these next tips.  Use egg whites for you eggs in the sandwhich, replace cheese with 1% fat  mozarella cheese, or  use turkey sausage of turkey bacon.

Sticky Low Carb Sriracha Ribs 

Don’t we all love ribs!! But if your following a low carb diet, the barbecue sauce used (or any sauce) can completely take up all your carbs for the day. Try my quick low carb sriracha glaze recipe and lick your fingers away. 

Ingredients 

1 lbs of pork/ beef ribs 

3 tbsp of olive oil 

1/4 cup of soy sauce (lite) 

1/4 sriracha 

Sesame seeds 

1/4 of a lemon

1tsp of garlic

1/2 teaspoon of grated ginger 

1 packet of stevia 

Season and bake ribs for 45 mins on 350 degrees, until done.

Begin to heat up a sauce pan, add in oil, ginger and garlic. Sauté on low heat for about 30 seconds. Next add in soy sauce and sriracha. Mix well and squeeze in lemon. Add in stevia, allow to simmer for 30 seconds on low heat.

Using a basting brush, brush glaze upon ribs. Garnish with sesame seeds and chopped parsley. 

Enjoy your guilt free ribs! 

Optional

Spiralize 1 cucumber, place ribs on top. Use sun dried tomato vinaigrette as dressing enjoy. 


Cauliflower Fried Rice 

The perfect substitute for rice is Cauliflower. Lower in carbs and calories, but yet very fulfilling. Recipe below. Check out my Youtube link to the recipe, https://youtu.be/TGsl7aNi63Q .
Ingredients 

1/2 large cauliflower head 

1/2 yellow onion (chopped)

3/4 frozen mixed vegetables 

1/2 red  bell pepper (chopped)

4 strands of green onions

1 egg

Coconut oil or olive oil

3 oz of uncooked shrimp 

1 tsp of garlic powder and onion powder

1/2 tsp of black pepper and lite salt

First chop cauliflower into large florets and place into a food processor or blender. Begin to pulse, until it forms into a rice texture, keep aside on a plate with paper towel.

In a wok or pan, heat up 1.5 tablespoons of oil. Add in the onions, green onions, and red bell pepper. Continue to sauté for 3 minutes, maintaining your heat of medium-low.

Next add in the mixed vegetables.

Begin to season with the above posted seasonings. 

Next add in shrimp, cauliflower, and the egg. 

Continue to sauté and mix for the next 5 minutes.

*optional -add in 1 table spoon of soy sauce 

Enjoy