We love to roam the internet in search for new ideas and inspiration in the kitchen. There are endless recipes to be found, but this time the choice landed on a very tasty fish-dinner!
Fun fact: Fish is high in protein and is a low-fat food that provides a range of health benefits. White-fleshed fish, in particular, is lower in fat than any other source of animal protein and contains a variety of important nutrients. Eating fish has also shown to provide substantially more protection against heart attacks.
(Serves 3-4 portions and takes about 30 minutes to prepare)
A dash of olive oil (we use coconut oil with garlic taste)
1 red bell pepper
5 medium potatoes
400grams of crushed tomatoes
1tsp tomato paste
1.5 dl water
1tsp dried oregano
Season with salt and pepper
400-500grams of cod or some other white fish
A handful of olives
Fresh oregano for garnish
Heat some coconut oil (or olive oil) in the frying pan on medium heat. In the meantime cut the potatoes into thin slices and the peppers into small pieces. Add the peppers and potatoes and fry them for a couple of minutes in the pan before you add the crushed tomatoes, the tomato paste and water. Season with dried oregano, salt and pepper. Keep a lid on the pan and let the pot boil until the potatoes are almost done. Then pull it from the heat and add the cod fillets in the sauce. Let the cod steam for about 5-10 minutes in the pan with a lid on. Finish off by sprinkling some olives on top and garnish with some fresh oregano.
Source: Julianne Lyngstad / Photo: Henriette Danielsen