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Diabetic Breaded Baked Tilapia Recipes

Diabetic Breaded Baked Tilapia Recipes

Member Recipes for Diabetic Breaded Baked Tilapia Whole wheat pita pocket, stuffed with brown rice, tilapia (fish filet) and green bell peppers.Submitted by: MERAINA CALORIES: 288.1 | FAT: 9g | PROTEIN: 16.3g | CARBS: 38.6g | FIBER: 4.2g Lemon-Garlic-Parmesan Cheese!-A little bit of my favorite fish ingredients all in one dish! Submitted by: CHRISSIET01 CALORIES: 152 | FAT: 7g | PROTEIN: 23.9g | CARBS: 2.1g | FIBER: 0.2g This is a great healthy fish dish that has a small kick to it.Submitted by: JETSERS CALORIES: 228.8 | FAT: 7.7g | PROTEIN: 27.7g | CARBS: 10.8g | FIBER: 0.8g A quick and easy recipeSubmitted by: TKNOPPE CALORIES: 67.2 | FAT: 2.3g | PROTEIN: 6.1g | CARBS: 5.2g | FIBER: 0.4g Light and luscious, this simple baked tilapia recipe is just right for your appetite.Submitted by: LOVE2COOK CALORIES: 186.8 | FAT: 6.8g | PROTEIN: 25.9g | CARBS: 8g | FIBER: 2.8g Tilapia and pasta with veggies in a garlic wine sauce.Submitted by: WHYMMM CALORIES: 340 | FAT: 8.6g | PROTEIN: 18.2g | CARBS: 44.8g | FIBER: 3.1g This is how I cook my tilapia. I hope you enjoy it! :)Submitted by: SOULPATROLGIRL CALORIES: 210.5 | FAT: 2.5g | PROTEIN: 42.6g | CARBS: 3g | FIBER: 2g Quick and easy and you will think it came from a high quality restaurant.Submitted by: LESS_M CALORIES: 212.2 | FAT: 7.6g | PROTEIN: 23.7g | CARBS: 13.3g | FIBER: 1.9g Yummy and healthy tilapia fish tacos recipe!!Submitted by: 96HOCKEYMOM CALORIES: 466.7 | FAT: 20g | PROTEIN: 35.8g | CARBS: 42.3g | FIBER: 11.3g This is a wonderful baked tilapia recipe that is easy to make provided you keep a watchful eye on broiling time!Submitted by: KDGAUTHIER CALORIES: 177.7 | FAT: 8.3g | PROTEIN: 24.5g | CARBS: 1.4g | FIBER: 0g We don't like baked fish, but this tilapia recipe is delicious!Submitted by: JANA_N_TN CALORIES: 184 Continue reading >>

Fish With Vegetables Baked In Foil

Fish With Vegetables Baked In Foil

Unwrap this bundle, and behold the perfectly cooked and seasoned fish with vegetables nestling inside. Juicy, saucy, and garlicy? Check. Colorful? Oh, yeah. Succulent and fabulous? Absolutely. Unwrap this bundle, and behold the perfectly cooked and seasoned fish with vegetables nestling inside. Juicy, saucy, and garlicy? Check. Colorful? Oh, yeah. Succulent and fabulous? Absolutely. 1 1 fresh fennel or pointed cabbagepointed cabbages or savoy cabbage 13 cup 75 ml fresh thyme or fresh parsley 1 1 garlic clove, mincedgarlic cloves, minced Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed. Line a roasting pan with foil or parchment paper, making sure theres enough material for folding and sealing the top of it. Cut the fish into serving-sized pieces and place in roasting pan. Slice and chop the vegetables and place them evenly with the fish. Add spices. Drizzle with wine and oil and add little pats of butter. Fold the foil to form as tight a seal as possible. Cover seam with an extra piece of foil, and tightly fold at the joints. Make the quick aioli by mixing mayonnaise and a minced garlic clove in a small bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve a generous dollop on top of the baked fish and vegetables. Mix it up! This recipe is super versatile. Use either frozen (thawed) or fresh fish. Use your own favorite fish! Cod, hake, haddock, or grouper are all perfect options. This recipe also works well with plaice fillets that you roll up. You can also try throwing some peeled or shell-on shrimp into the mix. The simplest, best option is to add peeled and cooked shrimp just before serving. But you can also try adding shrimp toward the end of cooking. Just be careful when opening and resealing the foil package mid-way through, to avoid leaking or burning your h Continue reading >>

Baked Fish Fillets With Thyme-dijon Topping

Baked Fish Fillets With Thyme-dijon Topping

Baked Fish Fillets with Thyme-Dijon Topping Serve up this tasty seafood entre with some roasted sweet potatoes and brussels sprouts. It would make a healthy, yet elegant dish to make for your sweetie on Valentine's Day! Serving Size: 3 ounces fish + 1 tablespoon topping 4 grouper or other mild fish fillets (about 4 ounces each), rinsed and patted dry 3 Tbsp light tub margarine (make sure it is trans-fat-free) 1 tsp Dijon mustard (lowest sodium available) Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly spray a baking sheet with cooking spray. Place the fish on the baking sheet. Bake for 18-20 minutes, or until the fish flakes easily when tested with a fork. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, stir together the remaining ingredients. Spread the margarine mixture over the fish. From Diabetes and Heart Healthy Cookbook by The American Diabetes Association by American Diabetes Association & American Heart Association Protect your heartand your healthwith the Diabetes & Heart Healthy Cookbook. The American Diabetes Association and American Heart Association have teamed up once again to bring you a revised and expanded edition, complete with new recipes, new twists on old classics, and updated meal planning advice. It's American Heart Month, and a great time to start including more heart-healthy foods in your meal plan. Eating more heart-healthy is as simple as swapping out some of the less healthy foods you are currently eating. Calculate the number of calories you should eat each day to maintain your present body weight: Please select an option before you continue. I don't do any physical activity other than what I need to do for my usual activities, such as going to work or school, grocery shopping, or doing chores around the house. I do some moderate exercise every day in addition to Continue reading >>

Crispy Oven Fried Fish | Better Recipes

Crispy Oven Fried Fish | Better Recipes

Submitted by: CMorrison64 | Source: The Complete Diabetes Prevention Plan or Other White Fish Fillets, 5 ounces each Plus 2 Tablespoons Fat-free Egg Substitute Plus 2 Tablespoons Finely Ground Special-k Cereal Crumbs To make the sauce, combine all of the sauce ingredients in a small bowl and stir to mix well. Set aside. Place the egg substitute in a shallow dish. Place the cereal crumbs, Parmesan cheese, and Italian seasoning in another Dip the fish pieces first in the egg substitute and then in the crumb mixture, turning to coat both sides well. Coat a medium-sized baking sheet with the cooking spray and arrange the fish fillets on the sheet. Spray the tops lightly with the cooking spray and bake for 12 to 15 minutes, until the outside is crisp and golden and the fish flakes easily with a fork. Serve hot, accompanied by the sauce. Nutritional Information Per Serving (1/4 of recipe): Calories: 194, Carbohydrate: 9 g, Cholesterol: 65 mg, Fat: 3 g, Saturated Fat: 1.2 g, Fiber: 0.4 g, Protein: 31 g, Sodium: 457 mg, Calcium: 106 mg Diabetic Exchanges: 3 Very Lean Meat, 1/2 Starch Continue reading >>

The Best Seafood For People With Diabetes

The Best Seafood For People With Diabetes

1 / 10 Fish Is an Excellent Choice for Type 2 Diabetes Diabetes experts recommend eating fish for cardiovascular health, but if your only experience with fish has been the fried variety or fish sticks, you might be wondering how and why to include fish in your strategy for eating well with diabetes. “It’s a great protein choice, a source of healthy fat, and it contains important vitamins and minerals,” says Cassandra Rico, MPH, RD, associate director of nutrition and medical affairs for the American Diabetes Association. And the best part of all is that "you don’t have to do a whole lot to seafood to make it taste good," she says. "You can add just a few herbs and bake it in the oven. It’s a lot easier to prepare than I think people perceive.” So get to know your local seafood purveyor and make seafood part of your type 2 diabetes diet. Continue reading >>

How To Make Fish: Diabetes Forecast

How To Make Fish: Diabetes Forecast

If you're like most Americans, you probably don't eat as much fish as you could. Yes, we all know that it's generally one of the healthiest sources of protein, but the fussiness of preparing fish can be a major turnoff. Still, cooking fish doesn't have to be a special event. In fact, it can be one of the quickest meals to prepare. Here's a guide on how to buy fish, how to store it, and how to make it great. These are particularly good methods for cooking thick fillets. To bake, add fish to a shallow pan along with wine, lemon juice, olive oil, and herbs and spices. Cook, uncovered, in a preheated oven at 350 degrees until just tender. (Roasting takes a higher oven temperature and a few minutes less cooking time.) Tip: Start checking for doneness halfway through your recipe's suggested cooking time. Insert the tines of a fork into the thickest part of the fish and lift up; if the fish is opaque inside, it's ready to eat. Cooking time: 12 to 15 minutes. All fresh fish should have firm and springy flesh. If you're buying a whole fish, look for bright, clear eyes, red gills, and bright tight scales or shiny skin. Fresh fillets or steaks should appear to be freshly cut, and not dried out or browning. Ask for your fish to be placed in a bag of ice for the trip home, no matter how close you live to the store. Remove the fish from its original wrapper, and rewrap in plastic wrap or a plastic bag. Place the rewrapped fish in a dish, cover with ice, and store in the refrigerator. Use within 24 hours. Fish steaks and thicker fillets hold up best under the broiler or on the grill. Brush them with oil before and during cooking. If the fish are small or a bit thin, you might want to use a separate fish griller basket that sits right on the grill. Cooking time: 10 to 15 minutes. High Continue reading >>

Tasty Baked Fish - Kidney-friendly Recipes - Davita

Tasty Baked Fish - Kidney-friendly Recipes - Davita

Recipe submitted by DaVita renal dietitian Rorie from Texas. Flatten fish fillets and turn several times in olive oil to coat completely. Bake for approximately 20 to25 minutesuntil fish flakes with a fork. Experiment with different fish flavors. Mild fish include orange roughy, perch, cod and catfish. To flatten fish, place wax paper over and under fish thenapply pressure with a heavy, flat object such as a large cast iron skillet. Adjust portions for a lower or higher protein diet. Already have a myDaVita.com account? Sign in to review. If not, register now . Your username will be displayed for reviews All comments will be approved by a DaVita teammate and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive. For more information, please see frequently asked questions. Providing information through this page is strictly voluntary, and any information you provide will be governed by our Website Privacy Policy and Terms of Use . We are not collecting this information in our capacity as a health care provider, and any information we provide through our website is informational in nature and should not be considered medical or professional advice. Continue reading >>

Making Diabetic Friendly Meals? Try This Easy Roast Tilapia

Making Diabetic Friendly Meals? Try This Easy Roast Tilapia

38 Flares Twitter 0 Pin It Share 38 Facebook 0 StumbleUpon 0 38 Flares I have been compensated by Glucerna for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own. #SteadyIsExciting Back when Ashley was still in school and living with us, it was always on my mind to create diabetic friendly meals whenever possible. This was sometimes a challenge when I was trying to cook for both a teenage girl and a tween boy. One of the diabetic friendly meals that we all could agree on was tilapia and baby red potatoes. Cooking fish wasnt something I was that familiar with back then, but I quickly found that its really easy to make. Place tilapia in an oven-safe dish, and season with paprika. Add quartered red potatoes, green pepper, and lemon juice. Cook in oven at 350F for 45 minutes or until fish reaches an internal temperature of 145F and vegetables are fork-tender. This particular tilapia recipe comes from the Glucerna website . Just multiply the ingredients by the number of people youre planning to serve. And if you dont have one already, I highly recommend a digital food scale. It makes getting exact portions much easier. If you have a diabetic friend or family member, you know how scary those blood sugar spikes can be. Every time Ashley would come to us and say her blood sugar was low, it immediately sets you on high alert. So even now that shes living on her own, I keep Glucerna shakes and bars on hand so she can better manage her diabetes. Ready-to-drinkGlucerna Base Shakes are a great choice to pair with your diabetic friendly meals, too. Glucerna products have CARBSTEADY, which includes slowly digestible carbohydrates designed to help minimize blood sugar spikes. Glucerna is the #1 Doctor recommended brand of nutritional products formulated for peop Continue reading >>

Healthy Mediterranean Baked Fish

Healthy Mediterranean Baked Fish

Succulent white fish poached in a bath of fresh tomato basil sauce, kalamata olives, capers and garnished with lemon slices. Healthy Mediterranean Baked Fish has to be one of the best fish dishes I have ever prepared! You are going to love the flavors and textures and it makes you feel like you are eating something really special. Do you like soaking in a nice hot bath to melt all your stress away? Just the thing your body needs after a hard day, don't you think? You feel relaxed, un-thawed from the cold and your skin feels soft. Well the same kind of feel good happens to your fish while it is poaching in a bath of fresh tomato basil sauce. I don't recommend you poach your body is a bathtub of tomato sauce but it sure does wonders for your fish. The fish is delicate and tender. The basil tomato sauce is fresh and zesty with the addition of kalamata olives and capers that add a little savory note without adding extra salt. My favorite part is the little lemon zing that comes in at the very end that will have you wanting to go back for seconds of this delicious and healthyMediterranean Baked Fish. There is an explosion of flavor that comes from just a handful of ingredients and lucky for you that might be in your pantry right now just waiting to be used. Canned tomatoes, olives, capers, lemons, garlic and a little basil are all you really need to go along with your fresh fish. With just a total of 8 little ingredients you can have a delicious healthy gluten-free, diabetic-friendly, low carb meal on your table in less than 30 minutes. Healthy Mediterranean Baked Fish is a great weeknight dish or even an elegant easy dish to entertain with. If you are completely pressed on time, you could even just use a low sodium jar of pre-made tomato basil spaghetti sauce and I won't t Continue reading >>

Diabetic Fish And Seafood Recipes

Diabetic Fish And Seafood Recipes

Health Soul Foods For People With Diabetes Besides being nutritious, diabetic fish and seafood recipes are quick and easy to prepare. If you have any experience cooking basic meats, you'll have no problem cooking up healthy and delicious diabetic fish and seafood dishes. Tailoring fish and seafood recipes to suit your diabetic nutritional needs is very simple since most fish is already healthy. How healthy, you ask? The vast majority of fish and seafood have these healthy characteristics: Better source of protein, when compared to red meats With benefits like these you can see that eating fish and seafood can easily help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Points to Consider When Cooking Diabetic Seafood and Fish Recipes Before we get into the actual recipes, here are a few tips to make your diabetic fish and seafood recipes more appealing to your taste buds. Avoid smoked fish which can be packed with salt. Since digesting excessive salt is hazard to your health, salt should be replaced with lemon or lime juice. Preferably you should not fry your fish because fried fish is high in calories and saturated fats. Healthier cooking methods include: sauteing, braising, baking and grilled. The cooking method you choose will depend upon the type of the fish or seafood you are preparing. Since, not all recipes are appropriate for all people. This recipe is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended or should not be considered as medical or professional advice. Therefore be sure to consult your medical professionally before embarking on a new diet. Return from Diabetic Fish and Seafood to Diabetic Soul Food Recipes Be a friend and provide a comment if you think this website or a specific recipe has been useful. Continue reading >>

Easy Oven Baked Salmon

Easy Oven Baked Salmon

Do you love salmon but dont know how to cook it? Try this Easy Oven Baked Salmon recipe from my longtime contributor, Holly Clegg. Since its an easy oven baked salmon recipe, theres no need to fire up the grill. This easy recipe for salmon is not only perfect for a busy weeknight dinner, its great for entertaining , too. Its also healthy, diabetic friendly, and naturally gluten free . You can find more of Holly Clegg s trim& TERRIFIC recipes at The Healthy Cooking Blog . Check out Hollys trim & TERRIFIC cookbooks on Amazon, too! Try this Easy Oven Baked Salmon recipe tonight! Holly Clegg's trim&TERRIFIC Too Hot in the Kitchen: Secrets to Sizzle at Any Age - 200 Simple and Sassy Recipes Just season the salmon, pop in the oven, and you have a terrific meal ready in minutes! Line your baking pan with foil for easy clean up. Also, try adding some vegetables on the side of the pan for roasted vegetables to serve with the salmon. Preheat oven 400 F. Line baking pan with foil. In resealable plastic bag, mix together brown sugar, chili powder, cumin, cinnamon, and season to taste. Add salmon, coating all over and pat in seasoning. Transfer to prepared pan. Bake 12-15 minutes or until fish flakes easily. Continue reading >>

Baked Cod With Tomatoes And Olives

Baked Cod With Tomatoes And Olives

1 pound cod fillets (about 4 fillets), cut into 2-inch pieces 1 can (14 1/2 ounces) diced Italian-style tomatoes 2 tablespoons chopped pitted black olives Preheat oven to 400F. Spray 139-inch baking dish with nonstick olive oil-flavored cooking spray. Arrange cod fillets in dish; season with salt and pepper. Combine tomatoes, olives, and garlic in medium bowl. Spoon over fish. Bake 20 minutes or until fish begins to flake when tested with fork. Sprinkle with parsley. Serving Suggestion: For a great accompaniment to this dish, spread French bread with softened butter, sprinkle with paprika and oregano, and broil until lightly toasted. Yield: 4 servings. Serving size: 1 fillet with about 1 3/4 cup topping. Calories: 121 calories, Carbohydrates: 5 g, Protein: 21 g, Fat: 1 g, Saturated Fat: 1 g, Cholesterol: 48 mg, Sodium: 574 mg, Fiber: 1g Disclaimer Statements: Statements and opinions expressed on this Web site are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the publishers or advertisers. The information provided on this Web site should not be construed as medical instruction. Consult appropriate health-care professionals before taking action based on this information. Continue reading >>

Baked Fish Cake Recipe

Baked Fish Cake Recipe

Baked Fish Cake Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients: 1 1/2 lb Potatoes, peeled1 lb White fish filletSalt, (to taste)Grd white or black pepper Freshly2 tbsp Butter4 tbsp MilkGrated peel of 1/2 lemon2 tbsp Parsly, fresh chopped1 tsp Anchovy extract(optional)3 tbsp All-purpose flour2 tbsp Oil Cut the potatoes into chunks and place then in a saucepan with enoughwater to cover, adding a little salt if liked. Heat until just aboutto boil. Meanwhile, lay the fish on a plate or dish to cover thesaucepan and cover it with a second plate, lid or foil. Put the fishon the pan when the water is boiling, then reduce the heat so waterdoes not froth over. Cook the potatoes until tender-10-15 minutes ifthe chucks are faily small. Set the aside, without uncovering it.Drain and mash the potatoes, beating the well until smooth. Mix inthe butter, milk, lemon peel, parsley and anchovy extract, is usedPreheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease a quicke dish or baking pan.Pour any cooking juices from the fish into the potato mixture. Flakethe flash off the skin, discarded any bones, and at it to thepotatoes. Mix well, adding seasoning to taste. Use a large spoon toplace the fish mixture in a mound on the prepared dish or pan but donot flatten it until it is all in mounded up. Flatten the top of themixture sightly, then sprinkle it with a little of the flour. Use aspatula and slice to flatten the mixture into a little neat circle,about 7" across. Pat the sides with the knife and the top with sliceto that the mixture is even and neatly shaped, keep sprinkling withthe flour to coat the outside evenly. Trickle the oil over the fishcake and bake it for about 30 minutes, until well browned. Cut intowedges to serve.Food Exchanges were not listed,(Good thing Continue reading >>

Baked Fish Recipe | Taste Of Home

Baked Fish Recipe | Taste Of Home

Read Reviews Be the first to add a review I created this quick recipe after enjoying a seafood dish with Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top at a restaurant. The cheese added extra zip and gave me the idea to try the fish at home.Lynn Mathieu, Great Mills, Maryland 1/2 pound panfish fillets (perch, trout or whitefish) Place fish in a 10-in. pie plate that has been coated with cooking spray. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and dill. Bake, uncovered, at 350 for 8-10 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Yield: 2 servings. Originally published as Baked Fish in Taste of HomeJune/July 1996, p16 1 each: 119 calories, 2g fat (0 saturated fat), 104mg cholesterol, 131mg sodium, 0 carbohydrate (0 sugars, 0 fiber), 23g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 3 lean meat. 1/2 pound panfish fillets (perch, trout or whitefish) Place fish in a 10-in. pie plate that has been coated with cooking spray. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and dill. Bake, uncovered, at 350 for 8-10 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Yield: 2 servings. Originally published as Baked Fish in Taste of HomeJune/July 1996, p16 Select the Newsletters that interest you to subscribe Receive new recipes and fan favorites for daily inspiration! Quick & easy homemade meals that are perfect anytime! Get our 10 most popular recipes delivered to your inbox! By entering my email and clicking the subscribe button below, I am opting to receive the newsletters I have selected. Your comments will be visible in reviews section once moderator will approve. Any changes to your rating or review will appear where you originally posted your review "The fish was left with no flavour, boring. I broiled it for a couple of minutes to give it some colour." "I agree, the baking time needed to be increased. Also thought this was pret Continue reading >>

Healthy Fish & Seafood Recipes

Healthy Fish & Seafood Recipes

Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Add more fish and seafood to your diabetes meal plan with these tasty and easy-to-make recipes. Bonus: Many of these healthful fish dishes contain omega-3s, which may reduce risk of heart disease and stroke. Continue reading >>

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