A Fishy Tower!!!

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Gluten Free (GF)

Training day Cycle 2 (C2)



(Please edit to your macros)

210g Cod fillets (P)

60g onion (V)

130g Peas (GV)

2 Slices of GF bread (C)

sprinkle of  Garlic

sprinkle of parsley

Sprinkle of Chives


Sour cream (s)

Flour (GF)

1 egg




Cut your two slices of bread in to four halves.

Use one half and blitz in a blender to make breadcrumbs.

Now get your Cod fillets, dip in some flour, then egg followed by the breadcrumbs
*(you can use sesame seeds instead of breadcrumbs if you wish)

Drizzle some oil on a tray and pop in the over on 180oc for about 15/20 mins. Making sure the breadcrumbs don’t burn.

While the Cod is cooking, place the peas in some water in a microwavable dish and pop in the microwave for about 5/10 mins. Once these are cooked rinse them in cold water or let them cool down as you are going to need to blitz them in a blender.

Once blended, either pop the mushy pea back in the microwave to warm back up.

Wack some onions on a frying pan to cook them up

Then finally place some sour cream in a bowl with some garlic, parsley and chives.

Now for the making of the tower!!

  • Once your cod is cooked cut into fingers, get your bread (you can toast it if your wish),
  • lay half a piece of bread on a plate
  • spread some of sour cream mix
  • followed by the onions
  • and a layer of mushy peas
  • topped with some of cod fingers
  • follow this process till you have a the last piece of bread on 2017-02-22 19.27.15.jpgtop

You may need a stick to stop the tower collapsing!!



(GF) – Gluten Free

(LC) – Low Carb

(P) – Protein (Meat/Fish etc)

(V) – Vegetables

(F) – Fat

(GV) – Green Vegetables

(S) – Sauce

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