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Friday, 16 June 2017

Fish Skewers with a Herby Marinade : Low Carb Barbeque Recipe

Listening to the UK weather forecast many parts of the country are going to have high temperatures over the weekend. Perhaps it's time for getting the barbeque sizzling? If you are looking for an easy barbeque recipe then this one is hard to beat. Fragrant fish skewers, marinated in lemon juice, garlic and green herbs, these succulent cod, salmon and king prawn kebabs taste incredible served straight off the grill...

Here is what you need for four servings:
2 tbsp. olive oil
2 lemons, 1 juiced and zested, 1 cut into wedges, to serve
2 garlic cloves, finely grated
handful dill, finely chopped
handful flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped
400g (14oz) boneless, skinless cod loin, cut into 16 chunks
400g (14oz) boneless and skinless salmon, cut into 16 chunks
16 raw king prawns
16 bay leaves

Here is the method:
1. Soak 4 wooden skewers in water, so they won’t burn on the barbecue. Preheat the barbecue.
2. In a large bowl, mix together the olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, dill
and parsley. Stir in the cod, salmon and prawns, season and put in the fridge to marinate for 1 hour.
3. Thread 2 pieces of cod, 2 pieces of salmon, 2 prawns and 2 bay leaves onto each skewer. Cook on the barbecue for 8-10 minutes, turning regularly, or until the fish and prawns are cooked through.
4. Scatter over the lemon zest and serve with the lemon wedges.

Each serving:
Carbohydrate 1.2g Protein 43g Fibre 0.3g Fat 17.5g
Taken from Tesco real food recipe here

Did you know that growing your own mini herb garden maybe simpler than you think. If you have access to a bright window, herbs can be grown all year long, right on your kitchen counter. Even if you don’t have the space or time to tend to a garden, growing your own herbs can be an easy and affordable way to spice and brighten up your daily meals.
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A variety of recipe ideas and articles are found within this blog, and not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.

All the best Jan


Christine said...

This recipe looks so good! Thanks for the herb garden idea.

Connie said...

This looks amazing . . . when is dinner ready, I'll be right over, LOL.

This N That said...

The skewers look relish..Love your herb garden..

Karen said...

Healthy and appetizing! Stay cool this weekend.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the fish skewers do look good. I like the cute herb garden! Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Phil Slade said...

the family are around this weekend and I'll try but It's no contest if there's pizza, sausage rolls and egg butties on Nana's menu.

William Kendall said...

Admittedly I have an aversion to seafood!

Linda said...

They look divine, Jan! Thank you so much for sharing.

Elephant's Child said...

That marinade would work well as a salad dressing too...

happyone said...

Skewers look super good.
Like the herbs growing in the egg shells.

sandy said...

wow Jan, i picked a good day to come here and catch up - i love everything about this post and will save off the recipe but oh...that egg herb garden looks wonderful.

Mary Kirkland said...

I love skewers. There's so many different kinds you can make. I've tried several times to grow my own herbs. But they all die after getting an inch or so tall. I have a black thumb.

Martha said...

So many lovely ways to eat salmon!

Lisa said...

Never thought to grow anything other than cress in an egg shell, what a good idea.
Lisa x

Sue (this n that) said...

Wonderful! Great ideas here. Love the eggshell garden :D)

Lisabella Russo said...

What a sweet herb garden, I love it.

Magic Love Crow said...

Everything looks amazing!