MACKEREL WITH RED RICE AND AVOCADO
- 150g Avocado
- 220g Coconut cream
- 30g Basil
- 80g Red rice
- 180g Mackerel (fillets)
- 30g (2 tablespoon) Coconut cream
- Pinch of Salt and pepper
To decorate the dish, use 30 grams of basil about 2 tablespoons.
- Energy value for 1 person: kcal 631 – Carbohydrates: 63.80g – Protein 37.41g – Lipids: 27.17g – Fiber tot: 2.13g
- Ideal as: first course
- for pancreatic cancer in case of stheatorrea.
Prepare the avocado sauce by blending all the sauce ingredients.
For a softer consistency, add a few tablespoons of water. Boil the red rice. Add a couple of tablespoons of salted water to a non-stick pan and cook the mackerel for a few minutes.
Place the cooked red rice on a plate. Place mackerel on top. Season with salt and pepper. Finally, pour the avocado sauce over rice and fish.
Enjoy your meal!
As with the Energy Bites recipes, this recipe contains ingredients such as coconut oil/cream which are rich in medium chain triglycerides (MCT).
Why are these medium chain triglycerides so useful for pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis? They are recommended when there is an altered digestion of fats which result in steatorrheas and reduced absorption of fat-soluble vitamins (ADEK).
These triglycerides are an easily available source of energy and are more easily absorbed than long-chain ones as they do not require emulsion from bile acids.
Coconut oil contains, not only MCT but also oleic acid, linoleic acid, traces of vitamin E, potassium, iron, magnesium and selenium.
Avocado, on the other hand, is rich in fat-soluble vitamins (A-E) and water-soluble vitamins (C), omega-3, linoleic acid, calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.
Please remember that it is always recommended to refer to a trusted nutritionist, who along with a specialist doctor, will dose the pancreatic enzymes appropriately.