When you're in the mood for other fish, consider cod, a popular saltwater fish that can be baked, broiled, or fried. These easy seafood recipes slip cod into everything from chowders to tacos, with very little effort.
You can make the mixture for the fish cakes ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until dinner the next day.
A crispy panko crust makes these low calorie fish cakes reminiscent of those childhood favorites: fish sticks!
Make the most of fresh, in-season fruit by serving it as part of this protein-packed dinner. You can use fresh or frozen cod or thaw the fish overnight in the refrigerator if starting with frozen.
These poached cod dumplings add an elegant note to dinner, making them ideal to serve to guests.
Broiled, baked, grilled, fried or poached: Grasp any of these techniques and you're on your way to knowing how to cook cod.
This creamy chili-mayonnaise dressed seafood salad is a classic. Here it is served in a bread bowl.
This low-calorie fish soup, delicately seasoned with a blend of fresh herbs, will win your family's approval--hook, line, and sinker!
Serve this thick, velvety soup with a crisp vegetable salad and an assortment of crackers.
Keep chicken broth, rice, and salsa in the cupboard and frozen corn in the freezer for this 20-minute recipe. Then, you're just one quick stop at a fish market away from a satisfying soup supper.
In less than 30 minutes, this seafood meal is on the dinner table. It follows the Mediterranean cooking style: the simpler the better.
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
The ginger-and-shrimp dill sauce complements any variety of mild-tasting fish.
A touch of nutmeg flavors these moist-on-the-inside and crisp-on-the-outside fish patties. The recipe is based on a favorite Scandinavian main dish.