Miso White Fish

The Perfect Meal For Any Fat Loss Or Muscle Building Diet!

by JillianFitFoodie - February 10th, 2014
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White fish is lean and high in protein, making it great for any fat-loss or muscle-building diet. Instead of throwing it in a pan with some olive oil, try adding rice vinegar and miso paste.

You'll have a meal you'll want to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!

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Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 4
Amount per serving

  • Calories: 124.5

  • Protein: 24g

  • Carb: 2.5 g

  • Fat: 2.5 g


Cooking Instructions
Cooking Instructions

Ingredients:

  • 1 tbsp miso paste

  • 2 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce

  • 2 tbsp Splenda brown sugar blend

  • 1 tbsp sodium-free rice vinegar

  • 4 fillets of white fish (try orange roughy, tilapia, halibut or cod)

Directions:

  1. Combine first four ingredients in a bowl and mix into a paste.

  2. Rinse and pat dry the fish filets.

  3. Place fish on broiler pan with non stick spray or tin foil.

  4. Spread paste mixture on top of the fish.

  5. Broil on high for 7 minutes.

  6. Serve with steamed bok choy, brown rice, and sprinkle with sesame seeds.


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MrNiMo
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Is there any harm sharing them with kids ?

Spuggy
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That sounds delightful. I hate tinned tuna but love sushi so worth a go. 

jakeaff
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cheesy w/ no cheese??? click bait I tell you lmao
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@jakeaff hahaha. Pretty amazing when you can get a cheesy taste without actually eating it though 😁 

MrNiMo
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Can i share them with kids or i should be careful because of the whey protein?

Herculesinwyo
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Oh this actually looks yummy to me. 

Wstar
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Looks Yummy!!

jcgadfly
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Made these with pumpkin puree (didn't have cocoa or jam) Added in cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Not bad for someone who is emphatically not a baker. Right around 100 calories a cookie.

Scott_Herman Edit Delete Close

Sounds delicious! Maybe you could have a new culinary career 😁 

jcgadfly
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Cam it be egg nog without egg? :) 

Blondy
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This looks so good!

guarivera1981
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How many tacos are considered one serving? Going to try it tonight.