By Iris Gottlieb
We’ve been hearing more and more about the health advantages from eating fish. It’s an excellent source of protein. Fatty acids in fish may reduce the probability of getting heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. Besides all this, fish makes a delicious main course.
These recipes were selected from one of NOHA’s Fish Cookery classes, taught by Iris and Seymour Gottlieb.
Season salmon with tamari, Spike and fresh minced shallots or garlic. Arrange fish on an oiled or buttered broiler pan with split bananas for each portion. Baste all with:
Prepare enough basting sauce for amount of fish you’re preparing. Broil 3-5 minutes each side. Serve with brown rice.
Broiled Swordfish or Orange Roughy
Allow 1/3 pound per serving. Season fish with Vegit, salt, and pepper. Place on oiled or buttered broiler pan. Broil on 2nd rack from broiler in a preheated oven.
Swordfish = 5 minutes each side. Orange roughy = 4 minutes then 3 minutes other side. Apply tofu sauce 2 minutes before cooking is completed.
1/3 cup tofu
Article from NOHA NEWS, Vol. X, No. 2, Spring 1985, page 2.