QUICK Southwestern Crusted Fish Recipe

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Finally catch the right one with this Southwestern Crusted Fish recipe that’s QUICK, healthy, packed with protein, and absolutely delicious!

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Here is the recipe:
1 1/2 Pounds (24 Ounces) Fish
1/2 Cup (56g) Shredded Parmesan Cheese
1/4 Cup (43g) Cornmeal
2 Tablespoons (14g) Almond Flour
1 Teaspoon Paprika
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Cumin
1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper

Calories in the WHOLE recipe:
Calories: 941
Fat: 25g
Saturated Fat: 8g
Sodium: 873mg
Carbs: 37g
Fiber: 5g
Sugar: 1g
Protein: 142g

Calories in 6 ounces (4 servings):
Calories: 235
Fat: 6.2g
Saturated Fat: 2g
Sodium: 218.2mg
Carbs: 9.2g
Fiber: 1.2g
Sugar: .2g
Protein: 35.5g

How to make:

1. Add all of your ingredients aside from your fish into a bowl
2. Mix them together
3. Take out a baking dish and coat it with some non-stick cooking spray
4. Roll each piece of your fish around a few times in your mix and place them into your baking dish
5. Evenly distribute any mix you didn’t use on top
6. Coat the top of your fish with some non-stick cooking spray
7. Bake it on 425F/218C for 20-25 minutes

Tip: Double or triple the recipe!

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Kay L says:

This looks delicious. I so am going to try it! I’m in Northeastern NJ! Cheaper fish is about $3-$4/lb if you go for the frozen stuff and salmon can go from $7/lb to $10/lb depending on sales.

Lynda Johnson says:

Northeast Oklahoma. The only fresh fish is what we catch in the creeks and lakes. crappie, perch,bass, catfish, etc I buy frozen tilapia and swai. 3 or 4 something a pound.

Brandon Lunderstedt says:

God dam that looks really good!!!! Thanks man ill be sure to give this a go as well!

The Protein Chef says:

What’s up everyone? I hope your week is going good!!! I’m going to film another Q&A for tomorrow so if you have any questions you want answered, leave them below!

mkong4321 says:

When I reheat fish at work everyone whines about the smell. Even shrimp do the same thing so I never take seafood to work.

I can't wait to die says:

Something is just off with you, dude. The editing style has terrible flow, all editing decisions are awkward and painfully forced. The inflections of your voice is off. It only seems to get worse as you try to improve. What a curse.

Alex Faer'Dyn says:

Currently in Japan. Fresh fish is about $1 per lbs for most fishes (salmon, tilapia, etc).

cheyana marak says:

what’s that spray? can I use any fish for this recipe?

Daniel Garcia says:

Connecticut bro. Gotta love New England fish prices!


Here in Minnesota (Land of 10,000 lakes) we don’t pay for fish. We catch it ourselves. Mmm…walleye!

MegaEye2eye says:

As always great video.

RA The Vigilante says:

Long Island NY Tilapia over here $3.49/lb

Art Best says:

looks tasty. im going to take out the pamesan and grab sum tortillas and making some fish Tacos.
Question: When did you start body building?

James Bell says:

definitely going to give it a try. thanks!

Joe Quintero says:

Hi Derek, I was wondering if this recipe works with shrimp as well? Thanx

Jérémy says:

definitly gonna try it !

Scott Tomokiyo says:

YES! A fish recipe. Thanks for answering my request!

Leslie J Manu says:

Thanks for sharing!

Red Skins says:

hey Derek, do you have any acid reflux friendly recipes

Crystal Monique says:

I thought you were in Ohio this whole time

Benjamin von Werder says:

I just made this recipe with tilapia and it is delicious

Jared Baker says:

Northwest Indiana(Schereville/Dyer), here fish is 3.75 per lb.

vanbcguy2000 says:

The quality of your videos is looking awesome, like the new “studio”…..gratz on the baking protein btw….

Brett Gallant says:

New Brunswick Canada ! price of salmon went up to around 10 dollars a pound, however it is cheaper to go out and catch it yourself!

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