Posts tagged as: fish

Mustard-Dill Fish

his entree is short on preparation time and long on appeal. The mild, delicate flavor of catfish teams up perfectly with the mustard-dill seasoning in this recipe. After frying, serve it with a mouthwatering tomato-garlic-dill sauce for a taste treat. Pair it with a green salad for a colorful, satisfying meal.

Fish Stock

There’s nothing more satisfying than making something that could be bought in a store in your own kitchen. Use either fresh or frozen fish heads or tails flavored with carrots, celery, onions, and herbs to create a tasty broth that’s perfect for homemade soups and stews. Unused stock can be refrigerated for three days or frozen for up to six months.

North Sea Soup

This 30-minute, low-cal, fish-and-tomato soup is bursting with flavor. Your choice of fish is combined with tomato, garlic, onion, lemon juice, and herbs for a smooth, tasty soup. Serve with hearty whole grain bread, flatbread, or with Scandinavian potato bread known as lefse.

Crispy Fish and Peppers

Ingredients 1 lb.  fresh or frozen (thawed) small fish fillets (such as grouper, catfish, or tilapia) 3/4 cup  buttermilk 1 egg 1 tsp.  Cajun seasoning 1 cup  all-purpose flour 3 to 4 Tbsp.  vegetable oil 1 cup  sliced and/or chopped miniature sweet peppers 1 lemon, cut up Directions 1. Rinse fish and pat dry with […]

Goan Fish Curry

Goan Fish Curry

Masala Fish Curry

Masala Fish Curry

Fish Fry

Combine ginger garlic paste, lemon juice, salt, red chilli pwd, turmeric pwd, cumin pwd and coriander pwd in a flat dish. Apply this marinade lightly to the fish pieces and keep aside for 20-30 mts…

Classic Cured Salmon

If you have the time to cure this delectable fish, you won’t be disappointed. This recipe requires 48 hours to chill, so plan accordingly. This is a perfect dish to serve for a brunch or holiday gathering. The salmon is cured with kosher salt, sugar, lemon, fresh dill, and peppercorns. A maple-sage and mustard-ginger variation are also available.

Sesame-Teriyaki Sea Bass

Try this sesame-teriyaki sea bass for a low-fat, flavorful dinner. With ingredients like soy sauce, rice wine, honey, and sesame seeds, this dish is low-calorie, but you would never be able to tell by the taste. From start to finish in less than 30 minutes, you can serve it up on a bed of greens or fresh vegetables for some added nutritional value.

Spice-Rubbed Salmon

Cook this salmon for a light and fresh summer meal. Spice-rubbed with chili powder, cumin, and brown sugar, this decadent fish has a definite kick. Give it a twist of citrus with a side salad of oranges, carrots, and cabbage that compliments it perfectly. This is a low-calorie meal that you will love to make over and over again.

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