Healthy Fish Dishes
When it comes to healthy nutrition, fish is one of the best bets around. Our heart-healthy recipes feature fish that's baked, grilled, steamed, or fried -- and always cooked to perfection.See Popular Healthy Fish Dishes Recipes
One of my goals for the new year is to cook one meatless dinner per week. Recipes like Greek Quinoa with Avocados make it easy to stick to that goal. Why the push for meatless?
Light and satisfying, fish deserves to take centerstage for a holiday meal, weeknight supper, or dinner party. Try these dishes for salmon, cod, and more.
You need just one pan and less than 25 minutes to serve this beautiful, balanced seafood and pasta dinner.
Trying to encourage kids to eat fish? Try this pizza-flavored, pasta-topped recipe.
A butter and almond sauce is spooned over this white fish before serving. Cooked pea pods finish off the main dish.
The ginger-and-shrimp dill sauce complements any variety of mild-tasting fish.
The salmon and olive oil will make your heart happy, while the wine and herbs will please your tastebuds. This well-balanced fish and vegetable recipe is a true dinner winner!
Next burger night, switch things up by serving these light yet flavorful salmon sliders topped with sun-dried tomato mayo.
Sweet peppers and fresh asparagus add pretty color to flaky, white fish fillets for this 20-minute dinner.
Cooking light is right for any day with this tasty, easy-to-fix fish recipe.
Whitefish, which has more fat than some of the other white-colored fish, provides rich flavor to this low-calorie dish.
A shredded Brussels Sprout Salad is the perfect accompaniment to this spicy-yet-sweet baked salmon. Serve with a side of ride or pasta.
A chopped pistachio coating adds crunch to tender grouper fillets while a fresh fruit salsa adds color and sweetness to this nutritious dinner.
For a light and refreshing lunch, top mixed greens with a citrus dressing and grilled salmon fillets.
A crispy coating that features cracker crumbs, pine nuts, and Parmesan makes a flavor-packed breading for these oven-fried fish sticks.