Kippers this easy Diabetic Breakfast Menu is very good..
The protein packed breakfast that will keep you going at full speed,whether you choose to cook them whole,or the prepared version fillets in a bag with butter this is the easy way with less fuss, the results are just as tasty and as filling.
Any diabetic breakfast menu has to interesting and varied recipes like this easy breakfast suitable for everyone this recipe fits the bill, this special cheap simple protein meal is gaining popularity world wide.
Scottish and Irish small family fishing communities have been producing this specialized type fish for generations my favorites are the naturally wood smoked variety still widely available mainly in the UK where most quality hotels will offer them on their Breakfast menu.
Kipper are basically types of herrings which have been split from head to tail, cleaned out, salted and then smoked, until they are in effect cooked, it then leaves them a dark orangy red colour.
The Isle of Man world famous for the Manx TT Motorbikes Racing also produces my favorite version of wonderful tasty smoky flavored food and exports the majority of its production such is the demand for this healthy food.
They can be bought whole and grilled or bought as fillets which I prefer they are packed out with great healthy omega3 polyunsaturated fats which are believed to lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Everyone should try this meal it is so healthy light and fulfilling, but cooking and eating this great meal for first timers needs a little thought.
My tips are as follows:
First realize this fish is packed full of healthy oils so unless you get the balance correct you could be tasting kippers for the rest of the day, so your digestive system needs to absorb this meal so it does not keep repeating on you.
The answer we have found is to ensure your meal contains other protein and carbs like eggs and whole meal bread or toast using a natural whole meal,with a simple herb salad with a citrus dressing or a vinaigrette.
Here are a number Diabetic breakfast menu ideas like these easy recipes for this packed with protein meals.
Diabetic Breakfast Menu, No1
Kippers with lightly boiled almost hard eggs.
Directions for diabetic breakfast menu
Preparation: 5 mins Cooking: 10 mins Breakfast or Brunch
2 kippers, fillets.
2 large Free range quality egg.
and rough chopped Basil to garnish.
Preheat the grill, place the kippers on the grill rack skin side up and cook for 3 mins. Turn over the kippers and cook on the other side for 3 mins.
Meanwhile, place the eggs in a small pan and cover with cold water.
Slowly bring to the boil and when boiling set the timer for 5 mins. Drain the eggs, rinse in cold water and tap the shells all over. Peel away the egg from the shell and discard the shells.serve with the eggs sliced around the fish with a little salad and dressing.
Diabetic Breakfast Menu No2.
My favorite Kipper fillets on Scrambled eggs on the top of wholemeal toast is so Tasty,so quick, and so easy to make
2 Kipper fillets bought vacuum packed with a little butter and parsley contained inside.These can be microwaved,but I prefer to grill them without the butter for two to three minutes each side
2 large free range Eggs whisked together until the deep yellow liquid has little bubbles of air bursting to the thickish surface, then microwave for a minute at a time the stir until the eggs are scrambled, cooked light and fluffy.
With 2 sliced of thick brown wholemeal bread toasted spread the scrambled eggs on the toast the lay the kipper fillets on the scrambled eggs.
Garnish around the plate the salad with your choice of dressing and there you have what I consider to be a great tasty kipper breakfast and enjoy it because you know it’s a very healthy meal that is good for you.
Diabetic Breakfast Menu No3.
This Anytime Meal these are not only very tasty and delicious to eat the are also fulfilling.
Kipper Fillet Fishcakes
Directions for diabetic breakfast menu no3
Take out and lay kitchen paper and absorbent any surplus oil Keep heated in the oven.