id you know it’s tradition to eat fish on Good Friday? This is because Christians believe Jesus sacrificed his flesh on Good Friday. Therefore they abstain from eating any flesh that day, choosing fish instead. We think it’s the perfect excuse for one of the nation’s favourite meals, so here’s a recipe for some super healthy Good Friday fish and chips, made with the Halowave.
HEALTHY GOOD FRIDAY FISH AND CHIPS RECIPE (SERVES 2)
This recipe gives you all the gorgeous flavours of fish and chips without excessive oils and fats. It’s the perfect light lunch or dinner!
500g white fish fillets (cod, haddock, sole)
1 clove of garlic, chopped
¼ tsp oregano
1 tbsp parsley
100g stale breadcrumbs
2 medium sized potatoes, washed and peeled
GOOD FRIDAY FISH AND CHIPSMETHOD:
Mix your chopped garlic, oregano, parsley and breadcrumbs in a large bowl.
Brush both white fish fillets with a small bit of oil, then dip them into the breadcrumb mixture.
Place the fillets in a lightly greased Halowave glass bowl, then top the fish with the rest of the breadcrumbs and a few more drops of olive oil.
Now to make the chips! Slice potatoes into 1cm spears, brushing with a little olive oil.
Place the high rack into the Halowave on top of the fish and lay the chips directly on to it.
Set the temperature to 220°C/428°F and cook for 25 mins. Remember to turn the chips after 15 minutes to make sure they are fully crispy on the outside.
Serve your chippie supper with a squeeze of lemon.