Introduce your friends and family to other fish varieties. Only found in European waters, sole has a firm yet delicate texture. From sole Veronique to crab-stuffed Dover sole, these easy seafood recipes are elegant yet quick.
A crispy panko crust makes these low calorie fish cakes reminiscent of those childhood favorites: fish sticks!
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.
For a delightful summertime feast, serve these pecan-and-carrot-stuffed fish fillets with a fresh fruit salad.
Lemon slices and fresh tarragon scent tender sole fillets and asparagus spears as they cook in handy foil packets.
If you are a fan of both fish and shellfish, try this low-fat main dish that layers a shrimp and semi-soft cheese combination over fish fillets. A sprinkling of parmesan cheese tops it off.
The quick and easy spinach stuffing in this lean baked fish recipe adds flavor and texture to this main dish.
Thin flounder fillets are easy to roll around the low-fat bulgur and carrot stuffing.
These fancy fish rolls are perfect for a cozy dinner for two, but the recipe easily doubles to serve four.
Fine, firm texture, and delicate flavor make sole or flounder a favorite among gourmet cooks. Filled with an herb-seasoned stuffing mix, spinach, and feta cheese, and served with fresh lemon juice, this fish recipe is a low-fat source of protein.
This flavorful and healthy recipe combines white fish fillets with a refreshing fruit sauce.
A bit of green onion along with a touch of lemon peel and juice turn ordinary mayonnaise into an extraordinary topping for steamed fish.
Cilantro and salsa add a Tex-Mex accent to fish in this 20-minute recipe.
Zesty caponata (the Italian cousin of Frances ratatouille) turns ordinary fish into a fresh and lively dinner. Another time, try the caponata on your favorite sandwich or use it to top off broiled chicken.
To retain the bright color and flavor of the snipped fresh cilantro, stir it into the corn mixture just before serving.
This Asian-inspired beef and vegetable main dish recipe is the perfect dinner for a cold, winter night. Great for entertaining.
The fish and vegetables bake to perfection in parchment paper packets.