Other Fish and Seafood
Though salmon, tuna, and shrimp are probably the most popular, be sure to consider other seafood treasures that cook up into great meals. From swordfish to paella to fish tacos, these easy recipes explore a host of other fish possibilities.
Moist and tender, these crispy golden fried clams are a treat, especially when served with two homemade dipping sauces.
When you need a no-fail main dish, rely on this easy-to-assemble fish soup.
Since shrimp cook in about 5 minutes, this orzo dinner can be on your table in less time than it takes to watch a sitcom.
Create a quick meal recipe by dressing up frozen breaded fish fillets with traditional Italian ingredients.
Seafood fans will appreciate these flavor-packed vegetable and mussel appetizers. This seafood recipe as options for making ahead to save prep time right before cooking and serving.
Spinach, croutons, and Parmesan cheese create the filling for this baked shrimp-topped fish fillets recipe.
A cornmeal mixture gives these fish fillets a golden brown appearance when pan fried in this quick-and-easy five-ingredient recipe.
You can make the mixture for the fish cakes ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until dinner the next day.
This Cajun-style fish is stuffed with crab and shrimp--a hearty, flavorful dinner for seafood lovers.
Top white-fleshed fish with spinach and cornbread stuffing and drape with the rich cheddar cheese sauce.
The mustard and lemon make this fish deviled; the cream cheese and crumb topping make it heavenly.
Fish stuffed with carrot and sweet pepper are cloaked in a Dijon and mushroom sauce for an impressive fish entree.
This casserole recipe features shrimp, imitation crab meat, rice, and vegetables--flavored with a scrumptious sauce.
You'll love these fresh grilled fish sandwiches. Pick your seasoning then top with a mayonnaise spread.
Half of this rich and zesty sauce serves as a dip alongside the seafood; the other half, laced with a splash of soy sauce, is basted over the prawns when broiling.
The classic flavors of Cajun country come out to play in this wonderfully simple main dish, perfect for busy weeknights. When buying fresh fish, pay close attention to the smell. Fresh snapper should smell slightly sweet, and a little salty, like clean sea-water. If it smells "fishy" at all, it has turned, and is not safe for consumption.
This five-ingredient recipe is one of the easiest fish casseroles you'll ever find. The cheesy shrimp sauce is made with canned soup and takes just minutes to prepare.