This recipe for Slow Cooker Coconut Milk Poached Fish Fillets has gotten great reviews at Apron Strings; I'm intrigued!
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We all should be eating more fish; I'm sure everybody knows that! I try to cook fish as often as I can, and I know that poaching is one method that results in moist and flavorful fish, so when I saw this recipe for Slow Cooker Coconut Milk Poached Fish Fillets from Apron Strings I was intrigued!
I might have been skeptical about cooking fish in the slow cooker, but I know the bloggers at Apron Strings, and I know they would never post something that didn't turn out perfectly. And when I read the comments, I saw that some readers who had tried this method were raving about it.
And Donna says, "There is something about slow cooking that infuses wonderful flavor into your fish," which sounds like a good enough reason to me to give this method a try. Fish cooked this way would be low-carb, Paleo, gluten-free, and South Beach Diet friendly. And how about using this method in the summer when you don't want to heat up the house?
Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
- fish fillets
- coconut milk (not light)
- aromatics like garlic, shallots, parsley, ginger, etc.
Get complete recipe and instructions for Slow Cooker Coconut Milk Poached Fish Fillets from Apron Strings.
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