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.See Popular Mexican Fish Dishes Recipes
At Mesa Grill in New York City, Bobby Flay presents his sweet-spicy salmon with three different sauces, including tomatillo salsa, black bean sauce and jalapeno crema (a play on Mexican sour cream).
Dionicio Jimenez serves his luscious salmon in a tomato sauce spiked with olives, capers, and pickled jalapenos. The accompaniment: Mexican rice flavored with carrots, green beans, and corn. Skip the Mexican rice; the sauce for the salmon is so delicious, it's perfect spooned over yellow rice.
The mix of fresh crab, avocado and juicy heirloom tomatoes here is a classic combination. But Sue Zemanick makes it seem new by tossing the salad with a vibrant, spicy dressing spiked with jalapeno.
Classically trained chef Tomas Lee was eager to bring the Asian-taco craze to Atlanta with his new restaurant Hankook. Here, he flavors panko-breaded fried-fish tacos with hoisin mayonnaise.
Chef Allen Susser prefers to use firm white-fleshed fish like red snapper and grouper, as well as conch and rock shrimp, for ceviches, because they keep their shape well. "Dice the fish into uniform pieces, so they cook evenly in the citrus juice," he advises.
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.
For a delectable weeknight meal, top salmon fillets with cilantro and chili and finish with sweet potatoes on the side.
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Rub white fish fillets with oil and chile pepper, then saute a few minutes on high heat for a super fast and healthy dinner.
Saute everything in a skillet for this quick fajita dinner. That makes cleanup fast and easy.
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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