I'm so excited to share my new air fried gluten-free fish and chips recipe with you, and this is why...
Ever since I was a little girl I have experienced severe stomach pain. Doctors assured me I had a full bill of good health, but more unexplained symptoms popped up - fatigue, anxiety, muscle spasms, and migraines. Friends and family tried comforting me with their personal diagnosis. They believed it was caused by stress. Imagine the stress of thinking you were causing your own symptoms? Almost five years ago, as an adult my symptoms were finally explained to me as I was diagnosed with celiac disease.
Sadly, there is no cure for celiac disease. The only treatment is to follow a strict gluten-free diet. This means avoiding all foods and drinks that even contain a trace of gluten. I am both grateful and relieved to have a path set before me for good health. (Completely eliminate gluten) Challenge accepted! I’ve discovered stocking my pantry with gluten-free flours and other gluten-free substitutes make for easy and delicious meals.
I created this air fried gluten-free fish and chips recipe after realizing I had dined on "fish and chips" in over 4 years! This recipe is made with gluten-free flour and as a bonus, it's baked in the air fryer, so it's healthier than traditional fried fish and chips. However, please feel free to deep fry the fish if you're so inclined.
I hope you love this recipe as much as my family does!
Alaska is the renowned for being one of the best halibut fishing destinations in the world. The sheer size of these massive fish makes them sought after, growing up to eight feet long, five feet wide and weighing up to 500 pounds!
Halibut's white flaky meat is not only heavenly to the taste buds, but high in nutrition as well.
- High in protein & low in fat
- Contains important vitamins and minerals - niacin, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin B12 and vitamin D.
- Good source of selenium, which helps with thyroid function and is a powerful antioxidant.
- High in omega-3 fatty acids to help reduce inflammation and improve cognitive function.