Baked Breaded Fish

Aaaahhh… Finally friday.. Thanks God!

Very busy week for me. Had to stay in the school more now, because I really want to quickly finish the Swedish course *sigh*.

Anyway, I’m skipping school today (bad student! :P) because I’m feeling not so well. So I thought, maybe I should take care my blog a bit extra today? Why not posting another recipe?

As you can see here, just another normal and easy dinner I made for my family. The result is a very nice fish even though I baked it. And healthier for sure.  We can call it a slightly healthier version if fish and chips, eh?

Baked breaded fish

Ingredients:

  • 500g white fish file (your choice, I used cod)
  • 3 tbsp all purpose flour
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 tbsp lemon jiuce
  • bread crumbs
  • salt & pepper

Baked breaded fish

Sauted Potatoes

  • 750g red skin potatoes (or any type you like), cleaned and sliced
  • 1 paprika, sliced
  • 1/2 tsp rosemary
  • oil
  • salt & pepper

 

How to:

  • Rub the fish with lemon juice. Let it sit. Prepare your “crumbing” section. Add a pinch of salt into your flour and bread crumbs. Sprinkle some pepper on the fish.
  • Dip the fish into the flour bowl, then into the beaten egg and finally the bread crumbs.
  • Repeat the process.
  • Place the breaded fish into a baking pan. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes in 170° to 180° C.
  • For the potatoes, put some oil in the large saute pan. Place potato sliced on the pan (we’re working in batches here, each slice has to touch the pan). With high heat, let the potato cook for about 1 to 2 minutes on each side. After they have nice brown colour, transfer to an oven proof dish and place in the oven with low heat (so they stay warm while you cook the rest of the potatoes).
  • Repeat the process (I think I did the potatoes in 4 or 5 batches, but I love the result).
  • When all the potatoes are cooked, now add 1 tbsp oil into the pan. Saute the onion and paprika with salt and pepper. After the onion and paprika are cooked, now put back the potatoes into the pan and stir everything together.
  • I served the fish with the potatoes, salad and bearnaise sauce. 
  • Enjoy.

Baked breaded fish

And I also want to remind you about the giveaway. Only few days left before I close it. So check it out  if you don’t want to miss it. Not a big giveaway but  I still want to share a bit :)

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16 Comments

    • Ridha says:

      Bearnaise sauce itu yang kuning. Klo disini ada yang jual bubukan, tinggal tambah susu sama mentaga udah jadi. Klo lagi males yang pake yang instan gitu klo lagi mood yang bikin sendiri. Bahannya cuma kuning telor, mentega, fresh taragon (ga tau nama indonya apa), lemon juice, garam ma merica :)

      • tinsyam says:

        iya disini ada daun taragon, asik buat ikan.. rosemary asik buat daging.. bikin wangi..
        sausnya dimasak di air mendidih sambil dikocok kan? biar telurnya matang gitu..

      • Ridha says:

        Kalo yang ngeracik sendiri ga. Karena menteganya kan dicairin, terus panas2 langsung disiram ke telurnya sambil dikocok. Kalau pake yang instan ya kudu di panasin dipanci sausnya, biar rata masaknya

      • Ridha says:

        Atau kalo mo yang gampang pake tartar sauce aja. cuman mayo, chopped pickled cucumber sama lemon. Karena sebenernya kan ini versi lainnya fish n chips. Biasanya tartar sauce banyak dijual yang udah jadi :)

      • Ridha says:

        Untungnya disini ada macem2 saus instand gitu yang tinggal tambah susu ma mentega doang. Ini juga pas kebeneran aja saus yang buat ikan lagi habis. Biasanya pake dill sauce. Karna kan taragon lebih enak dimakan pake daging. Klo ikan pasti aku pasangin sama dill terus.

      • tinsyam says:

        di supermarket sini juga banyak saos-saos impor.. pernah loh nemu saos bikinan jamie oliver di ranch market.. seneng banget.. mahal tapi.. mending bikin sendiri..

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