Keto Icelandic Cod Fillets

Keto Icelandic Cod FilletsLow Carb Icelandic Cod FilletsKeto Icelandic Cod Fillets.  Whew, you would think I might be a little embarrassed by putting up this recipe, but I am not.  It is so ridiculously easy, let alone good, that I couldn’t help myself.  I was originally going to use Pili Nuts as my topping and I will at some point but while I was making it, I decided to use pork rind dust and never looked back.  I had it the first week and it was so good I got another piece of it yesterday and just had it again today. I don’t know if you use or eat pili nuts or not as they are not only the best nut health-wise for you, they are very expensive too. I don’t eat them so often but I do every once in a while toast some and eat them.

The reason I say I’m embarrassed by the post is the ease of this keto Icelandic cod fillets. I guess everybody and their brother uses and makes this although maybe not with pork dust or pili nuts.  Awhile ago I bit the dust and ordered Duke’s Mayo and have never looked back.  As I know it, Duke’s is the only sugar-free mayonnaise made, yes with seed oil, and with that said, it is also the best tasting mayo ever.  I do have to order it from the company in South Carolina, but as I said, it is well worth it.  If you live in the South then you can buy it anywhere.  This Low Carb Icelandic Cod Fillets recipe is for one of those days when you are bone-dog tired and want dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes.  So easy even a caveman could make it and no wonder it is such a popular dish.

In case you’re wondering that gorgeous spinach veggie on the plate with the cod? is called Spinach Bhaji which is also a new recipe.

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Icelandic Cod Fillets
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Ingredients
  1. 6-8 Oz Room Temp. Cod Per Person (I Used An 8 Oz Piece)
  2. 1½ T Room Temp. Butter
  3. 1½- 2 T Mayo
  4. 2 T Pork Rind Dust***
  5. Salt & Pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350°
  2. Spread butter on the bottom of baking dish.
  3. Place fish on butter and add salt & pepper.
  4. Spread mayo over fish.
  5. Sprinkle with pork dust.
  6. Bake 8-10 minutes and put under broiler until pork dust gets really crispy.
  7. 1 Serving 96% Fat
  8. 433 Calories, 9.1g Protein, 46.3g Fat, 0.0g Carbs, 0.0g Fiber, 0.0g Net Carbs
Notes
  1. One of the nicer things about this fish is its tendency to release a bit of liquid which when mixed with the butter & mayo makes it quite moist while continuing to eat it.
  2. If you end up with the flatter portions of the tail of the cod they tend to overcook.
  3. I did get the large ends both times but the second time I ask for a flatter large end. The first time I made it, as soon as I put it under the broiler my mayo slide off so the second time I ask for a flatter large end and had pretty good success.
  4. If you add 1 T lemon juice it will add 1g carb or...and I do...add it.
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