Healthy Fish and Chips

Don’t be put off by the white on the fish, this is to do with the blood that’s still in the fish. Soz if that’s a bit graphic. Anyway, I know this is a bit like Salmon with Patatas Bravas, but it’s not. One smoked haddock fillet is £1.79 or something from Morrissons, or £2 from Sainsburys. That’s average pricing.


– 1 smoked haddock fillet

-some new potatoes


-lemon (optional)

-seasoning or Nando’s Chip Sprinkle!!!!!View Large Image for Nandos Chip Sprinkle-90g


-Pre-heat oven to about 200 c..

-Chop the new potatoes in half, and then half those halves. I’m not sure how many you’ll want, maybe 5 or 6? It’s up to you really, I can’t remember. Put them on a baking tray and drizzle with olive oil (cos this is healthy fish and chips), turning the potatoes upside down so they’re all covered. I sprinkled them with the Nando’s heaven sprinkle, but salt and pepper will do. Or any random spices, perhaps garam masala could be funny, but it wouldn’t be nice with the fish. So no, don’t put just ANY spice on them.Put these in the oven, check on them every 10 minutes, give them a shake or stir them around, make sure they don’t stick to the surface.

-Whilst these are cooking, prepare your fish. Use the same method I suggested with the Salmon recipe. Add lemon if you want it. TURN THE TEMPERATURE DOWN TO 180 c., and put this in with the chips for another 20 minutes.

-Take it out of its foil. Yes there is skin, this comes off easily though. Use the butter as a dressing to moisten the fish. Serve with salad and tartare sauce.

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