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    Non fat baking recipes please

    Hi all,

    I have a friend who said that her cousin cooks daily almost everything in the conventional oven.Like poriyal subji etc.She won't use oil and hence the food is healthy and also delicious it seems.Can anyone please tell me what all daily food recipes we can do in the oven.Also does anyone know how to prepare fish by baking it with no or little oil.Also i would like to know how to prepare baked beans.Please some one help me
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    kalyani

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    kalyani,

    i have tried baking salmon, tilapia, sardines etc in the oven. cut the fish into pieces, marinate it with usual fish masala and put these in a cookie sheet or a baking dish. i usually put a sheet of aluminium foil, spray the cooking spray on the foil and put the fish on it. i set the oven temp to 425 and it should be done in 30-40 mts depening on your oven. it"ll look exactly like fried fish and my husband didnt feel much taste difference.

    You can do the same for chicken also.


    Potatoes also will come out like french fries. i havent tried any other vegetables.

    anju

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    One idea is to ask you friend's cousin for the recipes she uses and if you do get them please post here.

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    Here's the recipe for oven baked fries from http://www.onehotstove.blogspot.com/...

    Oven-Baked Fries
    Ingredients:
    2 medium potatoes
    1 tbsp vegetable oil
    Salt and pepper to taste
    Method:
    1. Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees F.
    2. Wash and scrub the potatoes. Cut into long wedges/fingers.
    3. In a bowl, toss together the potatoes, oil, salt and pepper.
    4. Spread the potato wedges in a single layer on a baking sheet sprayed with non-stick spray.
    5. Bake for 20-25 minutes, stirring once or twice while baking, till wedges are crispy and golden.
    Try these with other seasonings such as garlic powder, rosemary or chilli powder.
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    Herez thre recipe for roasted salmon...

    The blog has an appetising pic of the roasted fish as well...
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    thanks

    Hi,

    Thanks dev,anju and rice&beans for your help.Actually my friend is not in touch with her cousin as they had some misunderstanding and hence my friend said that she cannot get recipes from her.Anyway thanks all for sharing your recipes.I already started to try it out.
    Thanks
    kals

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    Here's another recipe...No-fry Karela Crispies
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    Dev, that's my blog. Am glad people recommend recipes from my blog!

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    Kavikuil,

    That's great... I'm a regular visitor of ur blog... U've a good collection... keep going...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kavikuil
    Dev, that's my blog. Am glad people recommend recipes from my blog!
    kavikuil, you have a wonderul blog. Added to my favorites. I was going through your karela fry entry. I can totally relate to what you wrote in the first paragraph. As a kid, I never liked bitter gourds, and my husband loves this vegetable. He loves this so much that he buys it during every visit to the Indian grocery (that is once a month). I have no problem cooking it for him, but he will force me to eat it as well! I eat this like a medicine, with my eyes closed I will swallow it with a few sips of water. Now I have a better idea, I make pickles out of it whenever he buys it so he can enjoy his favorite vegetable all month long. He loves this pickled version (in fact he will eat karela in any form) and it seems to be okay with me too.
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