Don't you hate it when every one around you is talking about getting takeaways for dinner and you suddenly want it really badly!! This happened to me last night, but instead of stopping off at the local chippies I decided to make my own and was surprised at how quick and delish it was! This would make a great alternative to Friday nights Fish and Chips. Ingredients: Chips
Two kumera thinly sliced
1 tsp of dried thyme
1 tsp of dried smoked paprika
Salt and pepper (I used garlic salt)
Melted coconut oil
2 pieces of fish (I used fresh tarakihi fillets)
1 cup of finely grated parmasen
1 Tbsp of almond meal or coconut flour (I put a little more in)
1 tsp of smoked paprika
Salt and pepper
1 lightly beaten egg
Turn the oven on to about 230 c fan bake.
Slice the kumera and put into a large bowl. Pour melted coconut oil onto kumera and massage in to make sure all pieces are well covered.
Sprinkle thyme, paprika, salt and pepper over kumera and again, make sure they are well covered.
Spread in single layers onto a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake for about 20mins or until brown (I like them a little crisp).
While the chips are cooking, prepare the fish by combining all of the dry ingredients into a bowl to form a crumb.
Dip the fish in egg, then into crumb mixture until well coated.
Turn to oven down to 180c and bake on a lined baking tray for about 10 mins (or until fish flesh is no longer clear).
While the fish and chips are cooking, prepare a simple salad to your liking.