ALBERT HERTER

‘LITTLE KNOWN WAYS TO COOK HEALTHY MEDITERRANEAN DIET RECIPES, ‘ written by Felicia Mc Clinton.

In Uncategorized on April 21, 2010 at 08:57

Little Known Ways to Cook Healthy Mediterranean Diet Recipes

Stuffed Anchovies

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Ingredients

Anchovies — 600 grams

Milk — 2dl

Dry sandwiches — 2 pcs

Grated parmesan — 100 grams

Breadcrumbs — 50 grams

Salt

Pepper

This recipe can be prepared in 80 minutes and makes 6 servings.  Anchovies Stuffed has an exquisite flavor and contains fewer calories and fats.

Preparation

Wash the anchovies and remove the head and backbone. Cut the dry sandwich bread into cubes and soak them in milk.  Add beaten eggs seasoned with salt and pepper.  Place the mixture in a bowl.

Grease a baking bowl with oil then pour the mixture.  Arrange in layers by interspersing each layer with parmesan cheese and bread crumbs.  Preheat the oven to 180 degrees then bake the preparation for 30 minutes.  Garnish with sliced lemon and oregano before serving.

Sicilian Swordfish

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Ingredients

Swordfish — 600 grams
Tomatoes — 200 grams

Onion — 1 pc

Black Olives — 50 grams

Garlic — 1 clove

Swordfish Sicilian is a unique southern Italian recipe.  This recipe can be prepared in 25 minutes and good for 4 servings.  It has low fat and low calorie content.

Preparation

Briefly boil the tomatoes so you can clean and peel them.  Finely chop the onions and crush the garlic while preheating the olive oil in a frying pan.  After heating, fry the onion and garlic until golden brown.

You can now put the sliced Swordfish in the frying pan.  Make sure that the slices of the Swordfish are approximately 1 cm thick.  Cover the frying pan while cooking the Swordfish.  Add the tomatoes after a few minutes.  Before removing the Swordfish from the pan, sprinkle the black olives and chopped parsley on top.  Serve hot.

About the Cooker – Felicia R. Mcclinton writes for the blog <a href=”http://www.mediterraneanrecipes.org”>mediterranean breakfast recipes</a> , her personal hobby blog she uses to help people learn how to make Mediterranean recipes to eat healthy to prevent diseases.

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