Sweet and Sour Fish

Before I switched jobs, I used to look forward to this delicious sweet and sour fish Friday special at the Fit for Life next door. Now that I no longer work in the same area, I decided to fix my Friday craving by attempting to make this fish at home.

Sweet and Sour Fish

2 haddock fillets, sliced

2 eggs


1 Red Pepper, chopped

1 garlic clove, minced



Mix corn starch, salt and pepper in one bowl or shallow baking dish. Beat two eggs together, and season egg mixture with salt and pepper.

Dredge each piece of fish into the egg wash, followed immediately with the corn starch. Fry each piece until a crush appears in a pan.

In another frying pan, heat up the red peppers with minced garlic. As soon as the red peppers are softened, throw the fish back in and pour over sweet and sour sauce.

Kale chips

I love kale. But every so often, I get too lazy to prep it for a salad. I went through a few days of not being able to bring myself to prepare a salad for dinner after work. I soon became worried that my kale would go bad, until I remembered my coworker telling me about kale chips.

If you have some leftover kale that you need to use up as soon as possible, you need to give these a try.

Kale Chips


Olive Oil

Soy Sauce

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

Combine 3 parts olive oil to 1 part soy sauce. Toss kale with the mixture, and put it into the often to bake slowly for about 10 minutes or so (constantly check on it to make sure it doesn’t burn).

Try not to feel too guilty if you eat your kale chips all in one sitting.

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