• Home
  • Nile Perch with Sweet Potato Puree

Nile Perch with Sweet Potato Puree

0 0

Share it on your social network:

Or you can just copy and share this url


Baking the fish:
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 garlic cloves
7 ounces of Nile perch fillet
pink himalayan salt
1 celery stick , chopped
2 teaspoons of chili sauce
Cooking the veggies:
1 sweet potato , cubed
1 red onion , quartered
¼ cup sour cream
4 tablespoons of vegetable stock
pink himalayan salt
For garnishing:
cherry tomato
salad mix

Nutritional Information

699 kcal
46 g
36 g
49 g

Bookmark This Recipe

You need to login or register to bookmark/favorite this content.

You probably already know how well fish and vegetable pair together, but there's a catch. Fry the Nile perch fillet separately from the other vegetables so you don't overcook it. Or you may want to fry some of the veggies only slightly but remove them before the fish is done. You’ll experience the sweetness of perch meat that goes so well with the smoothness of pureed sweet potatoes.


  • Baking the fish:

  • Cooking the veggies:

  • For garnishing:



Baking the fish:

Heat the vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat also adding the lightly crushed garlic cloves. Stir a little.


Add the Nile perch fillet and the celery to the skillet, season with Himalayan salt, and start cooking both. Cook and stir the celery for 2-3 minutes, then transfer it to a bowl. At the same time, cook the perch for 3-5 minutes on the skin side. Coat the upper, uncooked side, with chili sauce, then transfer to the preheated oven and bake for 15 minutes at 380⁰F/190⁰C.


Cooking the veggies:

Bring a medium cooking pot halfway filled with water to a boil, add some Himalayan salt, the sweet potatoes, onion, and boil for 15 minutes.


Add the cooked sweet potatoes and onion to a mixer bowl. Add the sour cream and vegetable stock. Season with Himalayan salt and pepper. Blend until you make a puree.


Serve the perch and puree garnished with halved cherry tomatoes, salad mix, and cooked celery.

Did you like this recipe? You can leave your comment here!

Andrei Gusty

Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it. However, in time I kind of built on this habit and, slowly but surely, I began to turn toward the Mediterranean cuisine and, occasionally, even the Mediterranean diet. I am a curious and inquisitive person. So, pretty soon, I started trying to recreate what I’ve tasted or seen. At first, this proved to be hard work for my better half, as she supervised my new experiments. But lately, results really started to show, so wish me luck!

Add Your Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.