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You can still have your fish and chips on a Keto diet if you love the taste of fish and you're on a low-carb diet. Here's how to make the best Keto Fish and Chips recipe.
The crunchy coating of the fish and the dripping cheese give the fish its flavor. This recipe uses rutabaga chips instead of the traditional chips as a sideline, so your taste buds will be in awe.
For this recipe, we’re going to use cod fish which is rich in proteins and nutrients. It’s a great source of vitamins including Vitamin A, E, and C. Fish like cod are popular due to their versatility and mild flavor.
In spite of its relatively low fat content, this fish is quite healthy since it contains no high mercury levels like other sea fish.
Cod fish is also very keto-friendly. We aren’t going to use a battered or breaded coating because they aren’t low in carbs. Instead we are going to use eggs and almond flour for coating the fish.
The low carb content of almond flour makes it an excellent replacement for carb-heavy refined flours like all-purpose flour. It’s a rich source of fiber which keeps the net carb count low.
The health benefits of almond flour are quite impressive, with studies showing it may help to prevent various diseases.
Rutabaga is keto-friendly if only you consume it in moderation. 1 cup of rutabaga has 8.8 g of net carbs so you want to make sure that you use it in moderation to make fries. You can serve the fish with onion rings or green beans instead of rutabaga fries.
Calories: 861 kcal
Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 35 minutes
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