Walleye Fish Fry….YUM!!

Walleye Fish Fry….YUM!!

Hi Everyone ~ This past week, I decided to take a package of Walleye out of the freezer that my husband had caught on one of his recent fishing excursions. The only problem….the only way that I had ever eaten Walleye was deep fried and knuckle deep in tarter sauce!! LOL!!

Well, times have changed and I will not be eating greasy fish with mayo and pickle relish, so I decided to call Shana and ask for a recipe. Shana, being a creative chef, whipped out this recipe while filling her car up with gas I might add:

5-6 Walleye Fillets

¼ cup of crushed gold fish or Italian bread crumbs

A few dashes of Cajun Seasoning

A few dashes of Salt & Pepper

Pam cooking spray

Mix together the crushed gold fish crumbs or bread crumbs with your seasonings. Lay the Walleye fillets on a cookie sheet, then evenly spread the bread crumb mixture over the top of the fish. Give each fillet a quick and gentle spray of Pam cooking spray. Bake at 400 degrees until flaky.

WOW….It was sooooo good!! I actually took out a second package and made it again for dinner the next night. The bread crumb that I used was 5 grams of carbs per fillet, so I just deducted that from the rest of my carb for my meal. It worked beautifully….loved it….and so did my husband!

Make a good choice when eating your dinner tonight. Plan your meal out on paper ahead of time so that you know exactly what you are going to eat. Weigh your food, so that you know exactly what you are eating!! If you plan ahead and stick to the plan, you will have better results!!

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