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Hcg Diet Tilapia With Curry Sauce recipe
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Ingredients Needed

  1. Sesame Oil (2.0 tsp)
  2. Ginger Root (8.0 tsp, minced)
  3. Garlic (8.0 cloves, minced)
  4. Red Bell Pepper (4.0 medium, chopped)
  5. Scallions or Spring Onions (4.0 cup of chopped)
  6. Red Curry Paste (8.0 tsp)
  7. Cumin (2.0 tsp)
  8. Soy Sauce (4.0 tbsp)
  9. Coconut Milk (56.0 oz)
  10. Cilantro (8.0 tbsp)
  11. Tilapia Fillets (16.0 fillets)
  12. Salt (4.0 dash)

Instructions

This is a quick and easy to make recipe of Tilapia with Curry Sauce that will be a very good addition to your list of diet recipes.

  • Put a large nonstick skillet or any pan (as long as it is nonstick or sprayed with cooking spray) over medium heat. Add 1/2 teaspoon of sesame oil and heat.
  • Next, add 2 teaspoon of minced ginger root, minced garlic, and 1 cup of chopped red bell peppers. Stir and cook for at least 2 minutes.
  • Then add 2 teaspoon of red curry paste, and 1/2 teaspoon of cumin. Stir and cook for another 1 minute.
  • After a minute, put 4 teaspoons of soy sauce, a dash of salt, and 14oz of coconut milk. Stir to combine and simmer for 3 to 5 minutes. (You do not need to wait until it starts boiling.)
  • When done, remove it from heat and then add 2 teaspoons of cilantro and 1 cup of chopped scallions. Stir to mix and put it in a small bowl and set aside.
  • Next, coat a baking sheet with cooking spray and set aside. Then get the tilapia fillets and coat each with sesame oil.
  • Put the coated fish fillets into the baking sheet. When all of the fish fillets are coated and placed in the baking sheet, broil them for 7 minutes or until the fish flakes easily when checked with a fork.
  • When the fish fillets are cooked, remove them from heat. Transfer the Tilapia fillets in a plate and serve it with the curry sauce.
  • Tilapia Facts:

    Tilapia is based on the name of the cichlid genus Tilapia which is a latinization of thiape, the Tswana word for “fish”. China is known to be the largest tilapia producer in the world, and the second largest tilapia producer is Egypt.

    Tilapia requires warm water and this is the reason why they won’t survive in temperate climates.

    Tilapia is a white fish known to be extra-lean and versatile. Tilapia can blend itself to different low-fat seasonings and cooking methods because of its mild flavor and discreetly firm texture.

    Tilapia can be grilled, broiled, baked, or blackened and season it with dry white wine, lime juice, scallions, chili powder, ginger or curry. Tilapia consumption will provide your body lean and easily digested protein with a little calories and very few fat.

    Aside from being known to be low in calories and provides lean protein, Tilapia is also a great source of omega-3 fatty acids which can help you maintain your blood pressure in a healthy range, prevent heartbeat irregularities, and prevent the risk of having heat disease.

    Tilapia serves as a natural, biological control for most water plant problems. Tilapia consumes floating aquatic plants, most unwanted underwater plants, and most forms of algae.

    Tilapia does not always compete with other fishes in the pond for food. Tilapia often consumes plants and nutrients that are not used by other fish species.

    Tilapia fish can be processed into skinless and boneless fillets.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

  • Calories

    248.8

  • Fat

    3.8g

  • Carbs

    14.8g

  • Protein

    20.7g