Hello lovely people, happy Sunday! The fantastic month of September is here, thank God for His mercies, and thank you for taking time out and sending your comments! Greatly appreciated :).
As the autumn approaches and the weather is starting to get cooler, our taste buds begin to desire for hot and spicy meals, well mine does lol. Its Saturday evening, and really felt like having a light and spicy dinner with fish! Yes, I had received some requests from readers wanting recipes for losing weight and want to say thanks for sending in the requests. I do believe that with a regular decent diet inclusive of vegetables, drinking lots of water and good exercise, one can maintain an ideal body weight, and feel a lot healthier!
Now, I’m not a dietician as someone may be thinking *smiles*, hence my believe is purely based on articles from health professionals and I try to incorporate them in everyday life. Honestly, not easy as I sometimes find myself wanting the odd massive burgers, chicken and chips lol.
Anyway, for any dietary needs or advice, I would always recommend speaking to a dietician or nutritionist. However, I will endeavour to keep posting different recipes aimed at keeping us generally on par with healthy and nutritious foods :). Ok, with this in mind, this is my version of a fish casserole, healthy and tasty I promise!
Ingredients (for two)
Scotch Bonnet (1), basically fresh pepper
Turkish Pepper (1)- this is just for added flavour, you can decide to exclude if desired
Whole Carrot (1)
For seasoning: mixed spices, ground coriander, mint, knorr cubes or (vegetable stock), salt to taste. Pleas note, you can use any alternative seasoning as desired
Boil potatoes with a bit of salt and knorr cube to almost cooked
Chop carrots, leek, spring onions, ginger and garlic- put to a side
Blend tomatoes, red pepper, onions and turkish pepper -the green vegetable in the picture, can also use green pepper as alternative- put to a side.
Clean fish and place in a pot with the chopped carrots, leek, spring onions, ginger and garlic. Add curry, mint and ground coriander seasoning. Allow to simmer for about 3minutes and remove fish.
Add the blended tomatoes, red pepper, onions and Turkish pepper to the rest of the simmered stock. Add mixed spices, then add the potatoes, simmer for 2 minutes
Add the fish, simmer for 2minutes and ready!
Simple, home cooked food! Absolutely delicio….us
Hope you have a fantastic week! Remember, whatever it is that motivates you and influences your environment positively, keep making it happen!
Tracey x x x