Make your own pesto using fresh basil, garlic, pine nuts, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil, or simply buy some for this broiled salmon. The sauce? Simply stir mayonnaise and pesto together.
A hot-sweet chipotle-rubbed salmon is grilled and tucked into warm tortillas alongside a zesty green salsa to make a great-tasting meal.
A broiled trout is nestled upon a bed of Parmesan poleta with caramelized onions for a terrific dish. For a splash of color, rescue a few of the red onions from the skillet after they've slightly softened, but while they still have a pretty tint.
With both grilling and broiling options, this fish-and-salsa medley makes a fantastic summer-fresh and healthy meal any time of year.
Mango, cucumber, and tomato salsa adds a refreshing twist to these jerk-seasoned fish tacos.
Perfect for a meal on a hot summer day, this broiled salmon topped with flavorful fruit salsa has only 123 calories per serving.
This salmon has an Asian flair with its use of ginger, lime, and sesame oil.
The name says it all: a sugar-ginger-soy marinated tuna is wrapped in a tortilla and topped off with sour cream.
Prepare this elegant make-ahead recipe the evening before your next celebration.
Salmon is the backdrop for this classic combination of orange, white wine, and fresh ginger. The dish takes a tasty new turn with five-spice powder. This fragrant blend of spices usually includes cinnamon, anise seeds or star anise, fennel, black or Szechwan pepper, and cloves.
When salmon is served with crunchy broccoli and fluffy couscous, it turns into a super 20-minute meal.
Stir mango chutney and roasted red peppers into mayonnaise to create a delectable topping for salmon that's cooked to moist, tender perfection.
If you're ready for a change from lemon and dill with your salmon, try this nutty variation.
Japanese buckwheat (soba) noodles, tossed with orange, balsamic vinegar, and fennel make a great base on which to lay flavorful broiled salmon.
The tuna steak in this grapefruit- and orange-accented dish stays moist and flavorful when cooked as quickly as possible. Pan-searing over high heat is ideal.
Once you taste this chutney, made from tomatoes, leeks, capers, and basil, you'll find a million other uses for it. Make a double batch.
Salmon poached in a flavorful broth and topped with sour cream, tarragon, and watercress mixture is a quick, healthy, and scrumptious meal.
Taste the delicious reason lemon and butter are the timeless, classic accompaniments to fish! Add a hint of rosemary and this recipe will become a family favorite.