Grilled Fish Kebabs is a forkful of fish is a goldmine of concentrated nutrients. The fats in fish are particularly high in polyunsaturates, which remain liquid even when chilled.
- 700 grams – white fish fillets
- One cup – red onion chopped
- One-third cup – olive oil
- Two tablespoons – finely chopped coriander
- Three tablespoons – lemon juice
- One tablespoon – paprika
- One teaspoon – salt
- Half teaspoon each of – turmeric, black pepper, and chili powder
- Two cloves – garlic minced
- Cut fish into 1inch squares. Place pieces in a resealable plastic bag.
- In a small bowl combine remaining ingredients. Add to fish. Mix thoroughly, seal bag, and allow the marinate in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
- Preheat grill. Remove fish from bag and discard marinade. Thread fish on to skewers, make sure to soak them in water at least an hour before threading fish.
- Place fish kebabs on the grill and cook on medium-high for 10 minutes, Turning occasionally. Once fish reaches an internal temperature of 145 to 150 degrees F, remove from grill and serve.
A fish is any member of a group of animals that consist of all gill-bearing aquatic craniate animals that lack limbs with digits. The traditional term Pisces(also ichthys) is considered a typological, but not a phylogenetic classification.
- An excellent source of complete protein, iron, and other minerals.
- Some are high in vitamin A.
- Contains omega-3 fatty acids.
- Eating fish three times a week has been associated with a significant decrease in the rate of heart disease.
- Fish oils are rich in a type of unsaturated fatty acid known as omega-3. These fatty acids decrease the spiciness of blood platelets, making it less likely that they will clump together to form clots.
- They also increase the flexibility of red blood cells, enabling them to pass more readily through tiny vessels, reduce inflammation of the artery walls, and lower levels of triglycerides in your blood.
- All fish are rich in nutrients, especially protein, niacin, vitamin B12, zinc, magnesium, and more.
- Oily fish are particularly rich in vitamins A and D. In addition, the bones in canned salmon and sardines are an excellent source of calcium.
- Fish are high protein because they carry a massive bulk of muscle on a much more spindly skeleton than land animals do.