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Keto style fish recipes? #13171666 05/31/19 03:13 AM
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The wife and I have followed a pretty strict Keto style diet for just over a year. If you're not familiar with this diet think: very low carb, Extremely low sugar, moderate protien and high fat. Think that healthly fats are grand and sugars, breads and potatos are Out.

Anyhow, would love some of your favorite fish recipes that are keto style. We have been using this one lately with the addition of some garlic and cayenne. http://screwedonstraight.net/low-carb-southern-fish-fry/

The above link isn't bad, but we are still on the search. Thanks for your thoughts.

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Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13171770 05/31/19 10:56 AM
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https://kalynskitchen.com/easy-low-carb-baked-mayo-parmesan-fish/

There’s a nutrition analyzer at the end. There’s a lot of these Mayo/butter Parmesan topped fish recipes out there. We use one with a little dried minced onion in the mix. Some have breadcrumbs, but those don’t add much to the dish except the carbs.

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/38028/blackened-fish/

Blackened fish is very low carb. Produces plenty of smoke so I do mine on a cast iron comal on the big green egg so as not to smoke up the kitchen.

https://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/simple-baked-fish-136746

Just omit or cut way back on the bread crumbs. They don’t really add much but a little toasted flavor.

https://theketoqueens.com/thai-coconut-curry-recipe-fish/?cn-reloaded=1

Haven’t made this specific recipe, but Thai coconut curry fish in general is very delicious and low carb.

There’s way more to fish than simply frying it, but not a lot of folks seem very inclined to broaden their culinary horizons.

Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13171776 05/31/19 11:05 AM
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https://www.castironketo.net/blog/keto-fish-tacos

Don’t forget fish tacos. Lots of recipes out there, just omit the corn tortillas and substitute Bibb lettuce.

Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13173077 06/01/19 05:58 PM
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Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13173676 06/02/19 01:42 PM
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Bill, how did you prepare that tasty look piece?

Thanks everyone for the tips and tricks and some recipes that we will try. We've had three meals with the Southern Style Keto recipe that I posted above.

Weds, will be another pan fish trip and will need to cook up another nice meal - Hopefully.


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https://taste.co.za/recipes/grilled-sumac-dusted-fish-on-a-big-green-salad/

Going to cook this one tonight with a small slot redfish.

Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13174931 06/03/19 08:35 PM
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Creamy Lemon and Dill Pan-Seared Salmon

Zingy Lemon Fish

Keto Sushi

Walnut Crusted Salmon

My favorite is to fry as usual, only substitute crushed pork rinds for breading and sub coconut oil for vegetable/peanut/canola oil.


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Re: Keto style fish recipes? [Re: Clay34] #13175075 06/03/19 10:23 PM
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Cajun spice to taste with lots of Parmesan cheese , grated or powder. dip fillets in oil , we use olive.

Lay fillets in glass baking dish , sprinkle spice/cheese mix liberally over fillets.

350 for 12- 15 minutes or till flakes easily with fork

great with Crappie fillets


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These bred crumbs, total package 11 carbs. For fish, it ends up being 1 carb or less per fillet. They make a batter version as well. Good for fried or baked fish.
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This home made verde sauce link below I posted enchilada thread, it has like no carbs, is delish. I made a batch this weekend, I add an anaheim pepper and another jalapeño, and 8oz package of soure creem (very low car) . You can put the verde sauce on anything, it will keep in the fridge for a month. Take a fillet of fish, smear some verde sauce on it (or just source cream), then bred it and fry or bake it. Or grill the fish on cast iron butter and seasoning, put on plate, heat up sauce in microwave and laddel some over there he fish and sprinkle with cheese.

https://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/7436824/verde-sauce#Post7436824

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Pan grilled is great. Turn the burner to high. Take a deep pan and add a little olive oil and butter. Then the secret. Add a little water to the pan (just cover the bottom). Drop in the fillets and add seasoning (steak seasoning, Cajun seasoning, red peppers, black pepper, or whatever you prefer). Cook 2 minutes and flip. Cook 2 more minutes. At this point the water should be boiling off. Flip every 2 minutes till fish starts breaking up. If you do it right the water will be all gone and you can brown the outside. The fish will still be moist on the inside and should be fantastic. Much better than drying it out when cooking without a little water. I use the same technique on the grill.

Then do the same thing with broccoli, yellow squash, and onions. Cook the veggies till they are burnt on the outside. Throw everything together and it's all Keto.

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Originally Posted by Osbornfishing
Pan grilled is great. Turn the burner to high. Take a deep pan and add a little olive oil and butter. Then the secret. Add a little water to the pan (just cover the bottom). Drop in the fillets and add seasoning (steak seasoning, Cajun seasoning, red peppers, black pepper, or whatever you prefer). Cook 2 minutes and flip. Cook 2 more minutes. At this point the water should be boiling off. Flip every 2 minutes till fish starts breaking up. If you do it right the water will be all gone and you can brown the outside. The fish will still be moist on the inside and should be fantastic. Much better than drying it out when cooking without a little water. I use the same technique on the grill.

Then do the same thing with broccoli, yellow squash, and onions. Cook the veggies till they are burnt on the outside. Throw everything together and it's all Keto.


This is intriguing in that it challenges some of my thoughts on how to fry fish. One of the things that I always try to do is to not put the fish into oil that is too cool. In the old days when I battered the fish and put that into oil when the oil is below 350F or even 400F the breading and the fish taste oily or greasy. I use an IR temp gun to verify that the oil is hot enough to use before I drop the fish.

Perhaps, I'm not following so well but it sounds like you add, oil, butter and then water and before it gets too hot you add the fish and cook. If the oil and butter were 350F the water would cause the oil to "jump" out of the pan. So give me a better understanding of when to add the water and when to add the fish. Thanks for your thoughts, I'm always trying to learn new tricks.


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