Mexican Fish Dishes
Light, mild fish is the perfect venue for celebrating Mexican spices and preparations, and given Mexico's long coastlines, a history of fish dishes pervades the cuisine. Spice up your fish this weekend with a Mexican recipe.
Use a parchment packet to keep the vegetables brightly-colored and crunchy and to corral all the tasty herb aromas.
For a delectable weeknight meal, top salmon fillets with cilantro and chili and finish with sweet potatoes on the side.
Saute everything in a skillet for this quick fajita dinner. That makes cleanup fast and easy.
A perfect appetizer recipe that costs just over $2 per serving. The combination of sour cream, chili lime cream and tilapia is ready in under 30 minutes.
$2.08 per serving
Rub white fish fillets with oil and chile pepper, then saute a few minutes on high heat for a super fast and healthy dinner.
No cod handy? Tilapia, salmon or even shrimp would work great here, too.
In Central Mexico where this main dish originated, tequila is used as the flavoring agent. This recipe uses red wine instead to create a milder, mellower sauce.