04-29-2013 Baked Fish, Baked Taters, Marianiated Veggie Salad, and Sliced Peaches
Top photo: The baked fish and taters are not all that colorful and beautiful but it certainly was good. :)
Bottom photo: Shows fish and taters at half-way point in cooking, after I turned everything and then continued to bake in the Nuwave Oven. (fish was frozen and I did not defrost and irish taters were cut into chunks)
I chose a different course for baking the fish and taters today. I placed each in a baggie, coated with ranch dressing, and then coated with ground up cereal. I know this has more calories with the coating but it is a bit of a ‘change’ to just have something different.
I placed the coated fish and taters in a pan, placed on bottom rack of Nuwave Oven. Baked at 350 for 15 minutes, turned everything over, added onion slices, and continued to bake for 10 minutes. I baked this a little longer than I usually do since I had two thick pieces of fish.
When done, I placed on a plate, added left-over marianiated veggie salad, and a few slices of canned peaces (drained). Yes, it was very good to me. I feel the added cereal was ok since I ate no cereal for breakfast, etc.
Thanks for viewing my Food Diary. I keep this blog, my choice for medical purposes—so I know what I really did eat. LOL
*I know my choices of food or cooking method may not be suitable for everyone. These item can be baked in conventional oven but I prefer placing frozen fish in Nuwave and baking everything at once, for convenience. Most of my cooking is fast, easy, economical, and may also encourage other people that do not have the time or feel like doing the other methods of cooking.