I’m probably close to becoming a pescetarian because my diet is mostly of sea foods and vegetables. I still eat poultry, especially turkey, but if sea foods weren’t so expensive in this land-locked country, I would probably have been a full-pledged pescetarian for sometime now.
This choice of diet doesn’t come with a decision to eat healthy. Goodness gracious, I eat a lot of junk foods like chips and whatnot. I think my stomach just got lazy and found digesting meat in general so taxing.
Aside from sea foods, I have also been a fan of quick and easy to prepare meals since I learned how to cook. This recipe, which is another result of an experiment, is exactly that.
Here it is in a series of photos:
1. The basic ingredients. This recipe serves two so just double or triple the ingredients if you’re cooking for more people.
2. Cut vegetables and mix them in a bowl. Add 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and a pinch of salt or up to your taste. Mix well.
3. Cut pangasius to smaller pieces and sort of sandwich the fish with the mixed vegetables in a baking dish. Bake covered with the lid in a pre-heated 180°C oven for about 40 minutes.
4. Serve with basmati rice and fresh vegetables.
Here’s wishing everyone a good meal wherever, whichever part of the world you’re in now!