A delicious twist to salmon. The salmon is almost secondary to the delicious mixture of this sauce.
This easy to make recipe is good for even non-fish eaters.
Meaty halibut fillets are brushed with avocado oil and broiled in a bed of tomatoes and onions for a paleo diet-friendly, healthy main course.
Halibut steaks barbequed on a cedar plank with a succulent butter and herb basting sauce.
Salmon's the best!
Delicious blend of fish, potato, and herbs, fried to a crisp cake....These go great with baked beans, lettuce, and tomato.
Spicy salmon with soy sauce, chili and honey. Also works well with bream.
This is a very simple brine for salmon. After soaking overnight, we prefer to smoke the fish, but this brine works just as well for grilled, baked or broiled salmon.
Slight smoke, and lemon make this a perfect dish. Not real fishy.
This is my favorite way to fry freshwater lake fish. I've never seen a recipe for it, so here's how I do my thing.
A quick baked salmon dish.
Light and mild flavored sauce adds just the right flavor to this wonderful fish.
Tuna patties made on the grill. Serve on buns or as a main dish.
We lived on tuna noodle casseroles in college. We just took the original recipe and added a few other ingredients.
This is a dish my parents used to be able to make in a half hour when we were children. I added a few additions to make it a little more exciting and fairly low in fat. Serve on hamburger buns with traditional hamburger condiments if desired.
Haddock fillets brushed with a lemon dill paste and baked.
Monchong, which is generally sold pre-cut into thinnish fillets, lends itself to quick cooking, pan-frying in less than 5 minutes. The flesh remains moist and has a mild flavor acceptable even to those who don't love fish.
Oven-baked sweet aroma of hazelnut gently infused with fish fillets. Never say "Fish is boring" again!
Fresh ingredients are important when making this delicious, gourmet meal. Fresh lemon and thyme flavor the fish.
A quick and easy recipe for fish with a nutty, crunchy coating.