Looking for fish recipes? From fresh-water fish like rainbow trout, bass, or catfish to salt-water species such as tuna, Chilean sea bass, mahi-mahi, cod, orange roughy, and red snapper, we have the perfect fish recipe for your home collection.
Pat fish dry. Place in a 9 x 13 pan. Layer 1/4 of remaining ingredients on fish. Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.
Shrimp in Spicy Garlic Sauce with Pasta
Peal and de-vein shrimp( keep tails on) Pat shrimp dry with paper towel and toss with old bay seasoning. Set aside Boil water for pasta….
Halibut with Tarragon-Lemon Breadcrumbs
Fillets with a nip of horseradish-spiked mayonnaise and savory crumbs perfumed with tarragon and lemon.
Spiced Snapper with Georgia Pecan Crust
A breadcrumb and pecan breading, spiked with a little jalapeno, spice up baked snapper fillets.
Sole Fillets with Pecan-Oat Crust
This wholesome combination of pecans and oats forms a crisp, delicious golden coating for fish that can be assembled in just a few minutes.
Mustard, brown sugar spice broiled salmon
Place the mustard, brown sugar, and chili powder in a small bowl and mix to combine. Place the salmon on a large baking dish or…
Red Snapper with cabbage slaw, salsas, and flour tortillas. A healthy fish taco from the kitchen of Bobby Flay.
Tuna Sashimi in Sesame Cones
Sesame cones are a variation of French lace cookies and give this tuna salad lots of appeal.
Black Bass en Papillote
Savory black bass wrapped in parchment paper with mushrooms, lemons and herbs from top Chicago restaurant RIA.
Crunchy Fish with Lemon Sauce
Panko breadcrumbs, a coarser crumb, gives this fish a wonderful crunchy crust — great new choice of coating. Serve with or without Lemon Sauce.
Cajun Trout with Pecan Sauce
A yummy sauce of butter, whiskey and pecans is poured over this sauteed trout.
Red Snapper in Red Wine Sauce
Typically cooks pair white wine with fish, but the red wine in this recipe complements the snapper perfectly.
Baked Halibut Bristol Bay
Alaska bush pilots cook a lot of halibut over campfires, including a simpler version of this recipe. You’ll love the flavor burst of red onion and celery leaves fusing with the lemon juice.