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Recipes -- Our healthier Marinate sliced Fish

Updated on November 19, 2014

Taking care of yourself starts with your health and your diet. This recipe combines your average needed greens and a natural source of Omega 3. We have balanced taste and nutrition. Hope you can take advantage of this one. It can be eaten as a cold plate or a hot meal.


Fish -- 4 to 6 slices of blue, king fish, flounder or tilapia; is your choice.

1 green pepper or red

flour in a bowl

Cracker crumbs -- bowl (1 1/2 cup)

one red onion

4 cloves of garlic

2 tbsp. paprika

Half a cup of vinegar. We will use them randomly (tbsp)

1/2 tbsp. oregano

olive oil, for healthier dish

Salt, pepper



  • Marinate the slices with some pepper, garlic and coat them with the flour
  • If you want them crispier, add another 'dipping helper' bowl with some cracker crumbs and repeat the coating.
  • In a medium size skillet or sauce pan add 2 table spoon of olive oil... let it get heated for a minute
  • Add 2 tbsp. of Garlic and half a spoon of pepper.
  • Fry the Fish and then put them aside on a bigger platter or that aluminum container. We need room for the greens


Cut peppers and onions and lightly brown in oil (MEDIUM HIGH). Wait until you see them get that soft texture....( stir 3 to 5 min)

Add rest of ingredients. Salt and pepper to taste. Three spoons of vinegar for flavouring

Simmer for a few minutes.


spread your onions and peppers over the platter with the fish. Let marinate for 8 hours or overnight. You can add the lettuce individually for decorating purposes (See the picture above)

As we said, this dish can be eaten hot or cold.

You can add white rice and serve at will. Bon appetite!

Note from us:

Some people add boil eggs in slices to capture the combined flavoring from the olives and that 'vinegar.' Between you and me, that flavoring has been genetically instilled from generations... from those family members that sailed from the old World. Now, does that makes sense?


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    Joseph De Cross 6 years ago

    Yep PDX!

    Your choices are valid as well. So get ready for the recipe...hope you can enjoy it! Take care friend.

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    Justin W Price 6 years ago from Juneau, Alaska

    that looks really good, though I'm not really a fan of any of the types of fish you recommend. Would this work with a salmon, trout or catfish?

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    Joseph De Cross 6 years ago

    Thanks bunches to you MARCY. Besides peppers you can add carrots or spinach. Once marinated you will see the difference.


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    Marcy Goodfleisch 6 years ago from Planet Earth

    This looks absolutely, heavenly, delicious. Fish is my main non-vegetarian source of protein. I usually eat a vegetarian diet. I have some fresh peppers I just got, so this recipe is timely for me. Many thanks for sharing it! Voted up and awesome.

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    Joseph De Cross 6 years ago

    Hi FordeAhern,

    You can spread olives will get mixed with the vinegar and the marination will out of this world. Thanks for your comment!


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    FordeAhern 6 years ago from Broadford, Co. Limerick. ireland

    wow sounds fab. I will be book marking it and trying it out. Thank you for sharing. voted up and useful

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    Joseph De Cross 6 years ago


    This one of the healthiest recipe, we could ever have made...actually, it helps us to get going in our writing... funny but true. Thanks for commenting!


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    LaThing 6 years ago from From a World Within, USA

    Wonderful recipe! Always looking for fish recipes, and this one looks great. My kind of cooking, simple and healthy. Thanks, and sharing!

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    Joseph De Cross 6 years ago

    Debbie, Savanah, Lisa, Kelly due to time limitations and being so late...I sincerely commend your stopping by and thank you so much for leaving so heart felt comments. Your kudos keep our writing going! Thanks for leaving the warmest words for us and for our spirit.


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    Kelly Umphenour 6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

    I would try this in a heart beat - do you cook it over like medium heat or high heat? I have an electric stove and hate it! Fish can be tricky to not overcook!

    Thanks - this looks marvelous!

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    Elizabeth Rayen 6 years ago from California

    I love fish and this recipe will definately be bookmarked for my recipes folder. With summer coming up, I do alot of fishing. I think this would be yummy with bass. Great job.

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    savanahl 6 years ago

    This looks delicious and so easy. I will definitely try this one. Thank you for sharing.

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    Deborah Brooks Langford 6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

    wow this so so good.. so delicious.. I am book marking this.. and sharing.