Marinades are great on fish too. A flavorful marinade can add moisture and superb taste to your favorite kind of fish.See Popular Fish Marinades Recipes
Jalapeno pepper jelly gives this seafood marinated recipe a bite.
Called sablefish in Europe, black cod is one of the richest-tasting fish on the market. It is buttery and luxurious and nearly impossible to overcook. You can substitute dry sherry if you can't find Shaoxing rice wine in an Asian market or a wine store.
Charles Dale makes this healthy club sandwich with omega-3-rich salmon grilled in a lightly sweet, tangy tamarind sauce. The extra sauce here can be refrigerated for up to 1 week and is delicious on chicken or pork chops.
Easy three-ingredient glazes give you options for a no-fuss dinner. A quick spinach saute makes a nice side that suits any glaze.
Marinated with a sweet spice rub, brushed with sweet-sour plum sauce, and smoked until flaky, this salmon fillet possesses a delightful mingling of great Asian flavors.
The lemon and basil marinade is thick enough to spread over the salmon fillet to marinate and to use as a basting sauce during grilling.
Simple but sophisticated, this sweet-and-spicy salmon gets great flavor and aroma from a splash of bourbon in the marinade.
How do you improve on grilled marinated tuna? Serve it warm with this fresh-tasting citrus side salad.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
This fish dinner is full of flavor, yet light on calories and fat. Fresh tomatoes and the robust flavors of olives and capers make a delicious side dish for the lean broiled fish.
The shrimp make their own stunning centerpiece because they maintain the shape of the bowl in which they're marinated.
Although this recipe takes very little hands- on cooking time, be sure to allow an hour to marinate the salmon so it absorbs all the flavors of the sweet-and-salty marinade.
This quick-to-fix honey-mustard dressing is the perfect addition to any salad.
These Thai inspired fish appetizers are very fast to put together.
Fresh chives, parsley, and scallions give the Green Goddess sauce it's garden fresh taste. It doubles as a dressing for the potato salad and as a sauce for the fish.