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Baked fish, broiled fish reduce heart failure risk in women by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 11:46pm The risk of developing heart failure was lower for post-menopausal women who frequently ate baked fish or broiled fish, but higher for those who ate more fried fish, in a study reported in Circulation: Heart Failure, an American Heart Associati ... Read on »
Recipe: Easy baked fish by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Sun 24 Feb 2013 8:00am This method is ideal if you have been lucky fishing; it works just as well if you ‘caught’ your fish at the fishmonger’s! Ingredients: 1 whole fish, gutted and scaled. Snapper or squire is ideal. ¼ - ½ teaspoon of each of these spices, depending on the size of your fish: turmeric, cumin, coriander root, chilli. Lime or lemon, sl ... Read on »
Baked Fish & Chips by lhickman08 Posted Fri 20 May 2011 3:49pm If I were to list my top 5 favorite things to eat, fish and chips would definitely be on that list. I tried it for the first time at a street vendor in Brighton, England (a really cute town on the southern coast! I went during the summer of 2007 with my aunt and uncle, and we went down to the boardwalk one afternoon.) I actually didn't really lik ... Read on »
Recipe – Baked Fish with Vegetables by Healthy Coconut Posted Mon 21 May 2012 11:05pm I was thinking that if I take pictures of my scenery wherever I ran, it will motivate me to change my routes from time to time (I get bored running the same route all the time). To change things up. To be in the moment and appreciate each run and really see the beauty around me. So these are some snapshots during my early morning runs. ... Read on »
Photo of a Baked Fish by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:45pm Ingredients Whole Mackerel -2 Turmeric powder-1/2 teaspoon Lime juice- 2 teaspoon Salt - 1/2 teaspoon Make a paste for marinade Ginger- 8 cloves Garlic- 1'' piece Red chilly powder- 1 teaspoon Pepper powder- 1/2 pieces Salt to taste 1 teaspoon cooking oil for greasing the baking tray ... Read on »
BAKED FISH FILLET WITH TURKISH SALAD by Sutapa.G Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 4:32pm Your Always is celebrating her Birthday today with family and friends . Yes I have passed one more blessed year and now on the way to another. The difference between all my Birthdays till date, and this year is I have you all my friends and you are one of the best gift that God have ever blessed me with. You all are far form me but all your lo ... Read on »
Baked Fish in a Spiced Broth--Cook's Book Club by DebinHawaii Posted Sat 31 May 2008 12:00am I have pretty fortuitous in surfing food blogs and finding blogging events I want to get involved in like the Barefoot Bloggers, Royal Foodie Joust, Blog Party, etc. My timing was a bit off for this next event because I found it today and the deadline for the first posting was yesterday. I stumbled across a great site called Chronicles in Culina ... Read on »
Skinny Baked Fish with Spinach and Asian Drizzle by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 Mar 2012 10:58pm Skinny Baked Fish and Spinach with Asian Drizzle Fish, spinach, and mushrooms baked in the oven until done and then drizzled with a simple Asian soy-sesame sauce. This is one simple, easy, healthy and delicious dinner that comes together in minutes. All the credit  for this clever simple and delicious Baked Fish wi ... Read on »
Banging Baked Fish Tacos by RunDMT Posted Fri 20 Jul 2012 12:00am My friend, Faith and I love to share new recipes, especially when the recipes are low fat dishes.  When I told Faith about my newest creation, she lacked the enthusiasm that she usually expresses and that is just odd for Faith. Perhaps the 21 day cleanse she’s undertaking is preventing her from appreciating it or maybe it’s the name fis ... Read on »
Foil-Baked Fish with Summer Veggies by Jenna .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 31 Aug 2012 6:04am The last day of August. I can’t believe it! I am so ready to wear sweaters, tights and boots though. Fall is, by far, my favorite season. I’m especially excited this year because I’ll get to experience it in a few different cities since I’ll be traveling so much on my book tour . I feel like right now is the calm before the sto ... Read on »