A fisherman's haddock, cod, and prawn pie topped with cheese to give it a savory, delicious taste.
A spicy fish chowder that utilizes any kind of fish from the sea. It is great as a meal or as an appetizer.
This is a recipe I borrowed from a friend whose family owned a chain of chip shops on the Northside. The chips (french fries to the Yanks) are moist and thick, with a soft centre, while the fish is steamed inside a crispy lager-battered coating! Just add malt vinegar and Maldon's Sea Salt, and you are sorted!
A thin cream-based slow-cooker chowder recipe full of smoked Alaskan salmon, clams, crab, and plenty of dill. Serve with oyster crackers and warm bread and butter, and lots of beer.
A basic, quick-cooking seafood soup you'll get a medal for making. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A classy take on the simple baked potato skin. Eat for an appetizer or a great breakfast.
Your oven does double-duty in this trout recipe. The potatoes and fish cook at the same time, so they come out hot and you end up happy.
This may be the best potato skin devised. The hearty heat of crispy potato skins topped with a cool dollop of creamy smoked salmon. Try it for your next football party.
Coated in whole wheat crumbs, baked, and served with sweet potato fries, these tilapia fillets are a healthier take on traditional fish and chips.
Just say no to another tuna sandwich and make this crunchy, filling, manly cake.
Big bacon flavor turns this shrimp and tilapia bake into a manly feast for four.
A hearty fish bake full of veggies, potatoes and major flavor.
You'll like your vegetables when they're served in a fresh lemon-garlic sauce, alongside easy baked salmon. A healthy and surprisingly easy dinner.
Great use for frozen salmon fillets in the winter, this quick and simple soup is a healthy and tasty warmer.
Take a break from mayonnaise-heavy potato salad with this light recipe that includes canned salmon.
Got leftover potatoes? Leftover fish? Turn that duo into this tasty light lunch. Serve between two slices of bread and you know what you've got? A sandwich!