GETFOXFIT | IFBB Bikini Fitness Athlete & Kidney Cancer Survivor Lisanne Keir

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Fiery Spiced Cod and Broccoli (Easy, Tasty and Clean Recipe)

Fiery Spiced Cod & Broccoli (Easy, Tasty & Clean Recipe)

Let me introduce you to my most cooked and consumed dish.

Since I am in contest prep and 4 weeks out of my competition I have to closely monitor what I am eating and this meal is a firm favourite.

Easy, tasty, yummy, healthy and clean recipe that packs a punch in the spicy department – perfect!

If you don’t like it super spicy, then just leave out the chili and fresh cayenne peppers.

Enough for 2 servings.  Cooking time: 20 mins

Ingredients:

Frozen cod (400g)
Broccoli (500g)
Spices
Turmeric (2 tsp)
Paprika powder (2 tsp)
Chili pepper (2 tsp+, depending on how hot you want it)
Cumin (2 tsp)
Fresh cayenne pepper (1/2 to 1, depending on how hot you want it)
Pepper (2 tsp)
Himalayan salt (1/2 tsp)

How to:

1) Finely chop the fresh cayenne pepper into small bits

2) Put the frozen cod and all the spices in a big pan, cover it with a lid and cook it on a medium heat (around number 4/5, or turn to just less than half) for 20 mins (since the fish will be cooking from frozen I don’t use any coconut oil as it will cook in it’s juices)

3) Grab a medium pan and bring water to a boil

4) Wash and cut your broccoli

5) When the fish has been cooking for 10 mins add the broccoli to the pan of boiling water and cook that for 7-10 mins (depending on how firm you like it)

6) After 20 mins – mash up the fish in the pan and fully mix so that every bit is covered in the spices and sauce

7) Drain the broccoli and serve

Nom Nom Nom!

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Thai fish salad (clean and healthy recipe)

Thai fish salad (clean and healthy) Recipe via: www.getfoxfit.com

One of my favourite dishes – a thai salad which you can add fish (or chicken, beef etc.) to for extra protein.

Just as awesome as a lunch or a dinner.

I really enjoy eating this on low carb days during contest prep.  Just because I’m on low carbs doesn’t mean I have to eat bland or boring food – I like to keep things interesting and this dish certainly spices things up!

Ingredients:

White fish – tilapia, pangasius or cod (250g)

Coconut oil (1 tablespoon)

Pointed cabbage (1)

Cherry or romain tomatoes (20)

Red paprika pepper (1)

Cayenne pepper (1)

Lime (2)

Coriander (big bunch)

Fish sauce (3 tablespoons)

Pepper, chili pepper to taste

How to:

Cook the white fish in coconut oil.

While the fish is cooking finely chop the pointed cabbage, coriander and cayenne pepper and put them in a big bowl.

Cut up the rest of the vegetables and add them to the bowl.

Squeeze the lime and add the lime juice and fish sauce.

Mix all of the ingredients completely, so that everything is covered in the ‘sauce’.

Add the cooked fish and season with pepper and chill pepper to taste.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!


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Clean Eating Dinner Inspiration – Quick & Easy Japanese Fish Soba Noodles

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Prep and cooking time: 10 mins

Ingredients (for 2 people):

Coconut oil (1 tbls)
Japanese seasoning (no added salt) (2 tbls)
Any white fish (I usually opt for haddock or cod) (400g)
Soba noodles (200g)
Spinach (6 big handfuls)
Spring onions (3)
Ginger (3 inch piece)
Garlic (3-4 cloves)
Himalayan salt and pepper (to taste)

Method:

Bring a pan of water to the boil, then cook the soba noodles for 10 mins.
Heat the coconut oil, garlic and ginger in a wok, add the rest of the ingredients and cook for 6 mins.
Drain the noodles then add them to the wok.

Easy peasy, clean eating dish :)