Fish Recipes

Looking for fish recipes that don't feature a freezer bag? Learn how to cook fresh seafood with our how-to guides and fish recipes that everyone in the family will love. Learn how to prepare your fish recipe with virtually any method—poached, baked, grilled, broiled—and watch how to check fish fillets for perfect doneness. Fish is full of nutrition, and our fish recipes will entice you to eat plenty of it. Use our dozens of healthy fish recipes to make fish, scallops, and shrimp part of the weekly dinner rotation. With fish recipes for pasta tosses, fish and chips, tuna salad sandwiches, and fabulously flaky grilled fish fillets, we have meal ideas that will entice everyone to the table. For any special occasion, lobster is king. Our step-by-step lobster guide will walk you through how to cook and eat this succulent seafood to get the most "meat" possible.

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Andouille and Shrimp Gumbo

Transport to the Cajun South with a steamy bowl of gumbo. French andouille sausage is a spicy smoked sausage popular in Cajun dishes like gumbo, and jambalaya. Look for pork or chicken andouille. Or use any type of sausage you like.

Flounder Grenobloise

Don't let the fancy sounding name intimidate you, this easy fish recipe is ready in just about 20 minutes start to finish! You can thank quick-cooking fish and a hot skillet for the speedy dinner.

Salmon with Lemon and Herbs

This quick-roasted salmon is perfect for busy weeknight dinners. Enjoy with a salad or your favorite side.

Kale-Quinoa Bowls with Miso Dressing and Tuna

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The deeper the miso color, the more intense the flavor. White miso has a delicate sweetness that lends itself well to the dressing in this grain bowl.

Tuna and Crispy Kale Grain Bowl with Miso Dressing

Miso paste is a traditional Japanese condiment made from fermented soybeans. Look for it in international grocery stores or in the refrigerated section of larger supermarkets.

More Fish Recipes

Herb-Roasted Shrimp

A seafood appetizer with fewer than 7 ingredients is one we can absolutely get behind! A couple fresh herbs, shrimp, and some pantry staples are all that's needed for the appetizer.

Simplified Paella

No special paella pans needed here. You can make this seafood-rich stew right in your slow cooker or pressure cooker.

Fast or Slow Crab Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers just got a seafood makeover! You'll love the rich and creamy lump crab mixture packaged neatly inside a colorful pepper.