Fish Recipes

Gluten Free Blackened Fish Taco Bowls

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Gluten Free Blackened Fish Taco Bowls

Blackening fish is a cooking technique that according to the internet originated with Chef Paul Prudhomme from Louisiana. It involves dredging the food such as chicken or fish in a mixture of herbs and spices and then cooking it in butter, usually in a hot cast iron skillet. I didn’t use butter of course, just some olive oil and got the same effect.     It produces a lovely seared effect on the surface of the food that’s not burnt although it may look like that. The trick is to cook it in a medium hot skillet, if your skillet is too...

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Thai Baked Salmon

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Thai Baked Salmon

Ever since we went 90% organic, we are more aware of GMOs and coming up with a homemade version of Thai Sweet Chili Sauce was a must to keep enjoying our Thai baked salmon recipe. That sauce can be refrigerated for months and you can use it in so many other Thai dishes or simply with grilled chicken. If you are a fan of Thai Kitchen sauce, you gotta try mine – exact copy but healthier.     In our household we eat a lot of wild sockeye salmon – good quality fish with healthy Omega 3s that is affordable in Pacific Northwest. I highly...

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Trout with Garlic Lemon Butter Herb Sauce

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Trout with Garlic Lemon Butter Herb Sauce

Trout with Garlic Lemon Butter Herb Sauce – simple and delicious way to cook fish, especially if you’re in a hurry!  The whole recipe takes only 30 minutes.  Italian herb seasoning, chopped fresh parsley and garlic give great flavor to the fish!     I have also made this recipe using the type of fish I’ve never cooked with before – Arctic Char. Arctic Char looks very similar to trout, and it’s closely related to both salmon and trout. Therefore, this recipe will also work with salmon and arctic char. Very easy and versatile!  ...

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Grilled Black Sea Bass with Cucumber and Cilantro Salad

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Grilled Black Sea Bass with Cucumber and Cilantro Salad

The technique sounds a bit intimidating, but it’s actually easy to master: Look for a black sea bass that’s big enough to feed two. Rub it all over with Sichuan peppercorns, garlic, herbs and tangerine zest.     Then cook it quickly on a hot grill. It’s so spicy and awesome and satisfying, you could easily cook this dish for steak enthusiasts. The key to success is picking a fresh fish, preparing it for a deep infusion of flavor and getting it off the grill without a mess. Here’s everything you need for...

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Pesto Stuffed Fish Wrapped in Bacon

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Pesto Stuffed Fish Wrapped in Bacon

Pesto is a french provencal sauce, very similar to italian pesto, but without adding parmesan and pine nuts. It is prepared with a crushed mix of fresh basil leaves, garlic, olive oil and coarse salt. It is very easy to do it by yourself, maybe I’ll add a more detailed recipe in the future.     The biggest challenge is to prepare the tasty fish recipe. It is essential to make the taste more pleasant. I do not like, at the table, having to dissect a fish, find edges… it spoils my fun (and my shirt)! Preparation of mullet may well be made...

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Spinach and Feta Stuffed Tilapia

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Spinach and Feta Stuffed Tilapia

Tilapia is a very mild fish.  That could be good or bad, depending on how you look at it.  Some would say, it’s too mild and doesn’t taste like anything.  I agree that tilapia needs a little jazzing up.  So, I came up with spinach and feta stuffed tilapia. The mild tilapia is wrapped around a flavorful filling that contains spinach, feta, ricotta, bread crumbs, and spices.  The stuffing makes the boring tilapia kind of fantastic.     INGREDIENTS: 12-16 oz. tilapia fillets (4-6 thin fillets) Pinch of salt and pepper 1 egg, beaten ½...

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Spicy Oven Fried Catfish

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Spicy Oven Fried Catfish

Perfectly flavorful oven fried catfish with a spicy edge.  Get that fantastic Southern flavor without the extra fat of frying. No frying is necessary for this Spicy Oven Fried Catfish recipe, and you won’t even miss it, trust me!  The flavor is perfectly spicy, the breading is crunchy, and the fish is flaky and moist yielding the most spectacular results. Thanks to cayenne, paprika, lemon pepper and a hint of hot sauce, you get all that Southern spice you crave without the guilt.  In fact, these would be fantastic served with my Baked Sweet...

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Pesto Salmon and Italian Veggies in Foil

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Pesto Salmon and Italian Veggies in Foil

What’s not to love about dinners in foil right? Easy to make, easy clean up, and they taste delicious! This Pesto Salmon with Italian Veggies is no exception! It’s full of flavor and you end with perfectly baked salmon. I had actually never added pesto to my salmon until this recipe and I absolutely loved it and will combine the two again and again!       INGREDIENTS: 4 (6 oz) skinless salmon fillets 1 1/4 lbs fresh green beans, ends trimmed or 1 lb (medium/thin) asparagus, tough ends trimmed 3 tsp olive oil, divided Salt and...

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