Crispy Fish & Tangy Slaw {baked not fried}


With oceans teaming with fresh fish, Barbadian cuisine revolves around dishes that come from the sea. Rich in muscle and metabolism sustaining protein, white fish is a healthy addition to your dinner, when it’s not coated in a thick batter and deep-fried in oil. By swapping that thick batter for a thinner coating of crispy panko, and baking the fish in the oven rather than dunking it in oil, you significantly lighten up your meal, without sacrificing flavor or texture. Rich in polyphenols, vitamin C, and antioxidants, cabbage has been shown to have cancer preventative properties. This colorful cabbage slaw provides the perfect counterpoint to the crispy white fish, kicked up with a squeeze of vitamin C rich fresh lemon. Enjoy!

For the recipe, visit GeoBlue’s Healthy Travel Blog, or their site Travel Well Worldwide.

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