Spice up grilled salmon and vegetables with a zesty Spanish-style sauce.
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Halibut or other firm white fish goes perfectly with onion t'faya, a thick, sweet Moroccan sauce made with spices and raisins.
Your taste buds will thank you for the sweet and savory combination of flavors in this recipe.
Top salmon fillets with lime juice, chili powder, and pepitas for a Mexican-inspired meal.
No one will know this fish & chips recipe is baked, not fried. Get all the crunch from cornflakes — and none of the grease!
The Japanese-style glaze in this recipe adds flavor without bumping up the calorie count. Store the dressing in your refrigerator for a ready-to-use sauce for chicken, tofu, or pork.
Throw out the packaged fish sticks and make a healthier version using whole wheat bread crumbs and pickled beets for a salty-sweet combination.
A zingy vinaigrette livens up a basic white fish recipe. This dish tastes great on its own or served inside a sandwich.
Using wood planks to grill salmon adds a subtle smoky flavor and plays up the soy-ginger marinade.
Bored with chicken breasts in salads? Smoked trout fillet makes a great substitute for topping your greens.
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The pistachio crust adds a light crunch to tender tuna steaks. Top with mustard-dill sauce and serve with brown rice and steamed vegetables.
Smoked salmon with wasabi mayo on rice crackers make a great party appetizer that your guests can assemble on their own.
In the mood for a hearty, healthy meal? Try these melt-in-your-mouth salmon fillets topped with beans and veggies.
Creamy avocado complements spicy salmon in this Cajun-inspired sandwich.
Wrap vegetables and tilapia fillets to get tender, moist results. Bonus: cleanup is a cinch!
A creamy caper-and-lemon sauce dresses up this easy poached salmon recipe.
We use healthier extra virgin olive oil with a little bit of butter to make an amandine sauce with only a third of the calories, fat, and sodium of the classic version.
A healthy dish that's easy to make in less than 30 minutes — and fancy enough to serve for company.
Cooking salmon over a bed of herbs and lemon adds intense flavor while keeping calories and fat to a minimum.
Mustard greens and smoky trout are great heart-healthy alternatives to sausage in this hash.
Soy sauce, rice vinegar, and honey make a sweet, tangy marinade that does double-duty as a sauce.
Boost your barbecue! Use salmon instead of chicken on kebabs to add vitamin D and omega-3s to your meal.
Bananas, oranges, cilantro, and lime juice make a fresh relish to serve with roasted halibut.
This traditional Italian bread salad gets a protein boost from grilled salmon. Great for a quick and healthy lunch or light dinner.
Dry white wine and Gruyere cheese add a rich flavor to this melt-in-your-mouth fish casserole.
Replace crackers with radish slices to make this appetizer recipe crunchier and diet-friendly.
Roasted vegetables with orange zest make a tasty topping for Pacific cod. Serve with brown rice for a nutritious dinner.
Serve these patties on whole wheat buns or on top a salad of greens, carrots, radishes, and sprouts for an even more diet-friendly meal.
A warm tomato tapenade adds Mediterranean flair to this roasted fish dinner.
Instead of lemon juice, flavor this fish dish with orange for a zesty twist.
No time to cook? Toss tuna, beans, and veggies and fill a wrap or pita pocket. Dinner is served!
Spice up this seafood staple with a rub made from chili powder and garlic.
A spicy sauce, cornflakes, and pecans cover baked catfish for a healthy version of the Cajun favorite.