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Bite Sized Crumbed Fish

A family favourite that's easier than you'd think

25 mins
5 ingredients
$1.59 / person
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Bite Sized Crumbed Fish

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Serves = 4

  • 450g firm white fish, skin removed (e.g. Ling, Mahi Mahi)

  • 1 ½ cups panko bread crumbs

  • ¼ cup plain, wholemeal flour

  • 2 eggs

  • 1 lemon, zested

  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

It’s this easy

  1. Preheat the oven to 190C

  2. Cut fish into thick strips (about 2 cm by 4 cm)

  3. Whisk eggs in a separate bowl

  4. Mix the lemon zest into the breadcrumbs

  5. Place the breadcrumbs/zest mixture on one plate, and the plain flour on another

  6. Starting with the flour, take one piece of fish and lightly coat it in flour. Dusting away any excess

  7. Place flour coated pieces of fish in the egg mixture and make sure all parts of the fish are coated

  8. Dip fish pieces into the panko bread crumbs, and coat evenly

  9. Repeat with all pieces of fish

  10. On a lined baking tray, spray or spread olive oil over the oven tray, lay fish pieces out evenly

  11. Place in the oven for 15 mins, turning at about half way

  12. Fish bites are ready when the fish has turned white on the inside and the crumbs are golden and crunchy

  13. Serve with our Healthy Carrot and apple coleslaw with mustard vinaigrette Recipe | No Money No Time


You can use standard breadcrumbs if you can’t find panko bread crumbs


Nutrition information (per serve):

  • Energy (1637kJ)

  • Protein (28.9g)

  • Total fat (9.9g)

  • Saturated fat (2.3g)

  • Carbohydrate (44.5g); Starch (42.5g), Sugars (2.0g), Added sugars (0.0g), Free sugars (0.0g)

  • Dietary fibre (3.03g)

  • Sodium (394mg)

  • Calcium (72mg)

  • Iron (3.0mg)


Contains: Gluten, Seafood, Wheat, Eggs, FODMAPs.
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