Catfish is easy to use in a variety of recipes for salads, sandwiches, and fish chowders. Whether fried, baked, poached, or grilled, catfish is among the more versatile seafoods -- and an easy catch for quick dinner recipes.See Popular Catfish Recipes
A crunchy cornbread coating on these tender catfish fillets makes a tempting, easy-from-the-oven dinner.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... This will bowl the family over--a delicious catfish stew swimming in a bowl made of a flaky biscuit so you can sop up every last creamy spoonful.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Everyone goes nuts for our Pecan-Crusted Catfish, baked instead of fried and an outstanding recipe for anyone watching their cholesterol.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Purr-fect for catfish or any mild-flavored fish, this dish goes from pan to kitchen table in 20 minutes flat--with a spicy cornmeal breading that's sure to heat up dinner hour!
These fantastic sandwiches -- filled with moist, sweetly glazed catfish, a spicy sambal mayonnaise, crunchy cucumbers, and cilantro -- are usually made with marinated catfish and garlic butter. Skip marinating the fish (the honey glaze adds enough flavor) and rub the bread with a garlic clove.
A cast-iron skillet makes quick work of sizzling catfish that is cooked in 10 minutes.
Crisp and golden catfish, a favorite among fish lovers, is topped with salty bacon in this dinner recipe.
Enjoy a low-fat version of fish and chips. The oven-fried fish sports a crisp coating of seasoned stuffing mix and potato sticks.
Use your favorite seasoning blend for the grilled fish, then serve on hoagie buns to make these quick dinner sandwiches.
A pretzel coating adds a new twist to traditional fried catfish. Serve it with coleslaw and steamed vegetables.
Grilling the fish and making a sauce with fat-free fromage blanc (a fresh, spoonable cheese) keeps the calorie count down in this variation on the classic fried fish-shack sandwich. While any white fish will work well here, catfish is a sustainable choice and a great source of vitamin B12.
Using canned tropical fruit salsa makes this recipe easy to prepare on busy nights.
A bit of Cajun seasoning gives a spicy kick to this polenta and catfish salad. Tip: Serve this dish in smaller portions with a side of soup for a complete meal.