Broiled fish is a super-easy seafood meal, but try other fish varieties like catfish for a change. These easy broiled fish recipes call for seasoning or glazing cod, tilapia, snapper, and swordfish.
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.
This heart healthy salmon dish is low in calories and sodium. Serve with steamed vegetables for a nutritious dinner.
Enhance the flavor of fish with a refreshing mayonnaise-yogurt sauce.
Seasoning fish with butter and lemon is one of the simplest and best-tasting preparations for fish. Scrod are young cod. If not available, cod will work just as well.
A simple fish dinner becomes a little gourmet when served with flavored polenta.
Bottled salsa brings a Mexican touch to this quick and easy broiled fish main dish. Couscous completes the meal.
Delicious fresh basil flavors both the burger and the mayonnaise topping.
The vinaigrette for this fish dinner has a sweet, yet tart, flavor. The sweetness comes from fruit juice, fresh berries, and apricots.
Easy three-ingredient glazes give you options for a no-fuss dinner. A quick spinach saute makes a nice side that suits any glaze.
Japanese buckwheat (soba) noodles, found with the Asian foods in grocery stores, add a subtle earthy flavor. Substitute whole wheat noodles if you wish.
Brush the orange, lemon, and ginger mixture on this fish for this low-fat main-dish recipe. Because Orange Roughy is considered to be endangered, you may substitute another white fish.
This flavorful and healthy recipe combines white fish fillets with a refreshing fruit sauce.