Put baked fish in the oven and your meal will be ready in less than 15 minutes. From tilapia to catfish to swordfish, these easy baked fish recipes offer a sauce, glaze, or seasoning for whatever other fish you fancy.
Create a quick meal recipe by dressing up frozen breaded fish fillets with traditional Italian ingredients.
Spinach, croutons, and Parmesan cheese create the filling for this baked shrimp-topped fish fillets recipe.
Top white-fleshed fish with spinach and cornbread stuffing and drape with the rich cheddar cheese sauce.
For a quicker fish recipe, cover the dish of rolled fish with vented plastic wrap and microwave on 100 percent power (high) for 8 to 10 minutes, rotating the dish a half turn mid-way through cooking. The rich, savory cream cheese filling is the perfect complement to lean sole in this fish dinner recipe.
Mild-tasting red snapper, rockfish, and whitefish are low in fat and have a firm texture, making them perfect for this delicate-flavored dish.
Trying to encourage kids to eat fish? Try this pizza-flavored, pasta-topped recipe.
Skip the frying for this fish recipe. Buttermilk breaded fish becomes toasty in a hot oven and keeps this fish dinner low in calories.
Using canned tropical fruit salsa makes this recipe easy to prepare on busy nights.
Tender, flaky pastry makes an impressive wrap for fish fillets.
Poached fish is topped with a rich seafood sauce then baked in parchment paper. Clean up is a snap, and the flavor is all wrapped up in this dinner recipe.
Cooking light is right for any day with this tasty, easy-to-fix fish recipe.
The robust salsa verde or "green sauce" that bakes atop the fish steaks is the perfect flavor accent. Tomatillos and serrano peppers give the salsa some Mexican pep.
While the tilapia bakes in the oven, the rice and vegetable sides come together in minutes in your microwave and steamer.
Orange roughy is a white fish that is tender and mild. Punch up the flavor of this easy, fast dinner with an avocado and jicama lime salsa.
These fancy fish rolls are perfect for a cozy dinner for two, but the recipe easily doubles to serve four.
For a low-fat fish sandwich, tuck this crispy coated fish into a whole wheat hamburger bun. Top with sliced tomatoes and fat-free mayonnaise dressing.