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|Lisa - LA||
Sorry - I am not completely tuned in to how low the "low carb" plan is.
Joined: Dec 9, 2005
Posted to Thread #26636 at 4:26 pm on Sep 7, 2014
I usually think of the obvious offenders like potatoes, rice, noodles, etc. Since the flour is only used for dredging the fish - it wouldn't even be the entire amount. I'm sure you could use whatever you typically use in place of ap flour for the dredging. Almond or other nut flour? You could also just skip that step.
Are tomatoes allowed? Something like Tess posted with her roasted tomatoes would be fantastic with the fish. I usually do a quick cooked topping with tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil and butter. Goes well with salmon.
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