5 Fish Recipes That Your Family Will Surely Love

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Are you looking for something genuinely delicious while still fitting in perfectly with your ongoing diet plan? You can never go wrong with some healthy and low-calorie fish recipes. Fish dishes are slowly disappearing from our dinner tables, and that is just so wrong. A whole lot of us are now more on the side of chicken, beef, and pork; especially the younger ones. Fish have been man’s go-to food ever since the beginning, and it is time to bring them back to where they belong – unto our family table, ready to be eaten. With that said, here are five fish recipes that your family and yourself will surely love.

 

  • Baked Piri-Piri Tilapia With Crushed Potatoes

A low fat, low calorie, and healthy fish recipe that isn’t only appealing to the eyes but also proven to be bursting with excellent flavors. It is rich in nutrients that your body needs such as fiber, folate, iron, and vitamin C. Click here for the full recipe.

 

  • Asian-Style Fish & Chips

Perhaps you would like a taste of Asia within your fantastic fish. Then try this fancy and slightly more daring recipe out. Tempura battered cod mixed in with delicious spicy wasabi tartare sauce. Your mouth will already water up just from hearing me describe this recipe. Click here for the full recipe.

 

  • Salmon Burgers With Kale Salsa

If there is one food that kids cannot resist, it is burgers. So why not incorporate healthy salmon within your burgers for tonight? Put in the delicious salmon on the burger with buttery avocado and beautiful fresh kale. Click here for the full recipe.

 

  • Cod & Chorizo Stew

This fish recipe is indeed a sight to behold and a dish that is genuinely taste-worthy. Very easy to prepare; who knew cod and spicy chorizo mix perfectly well with each other? Try this dish out as your midweek meal! Click here for the full recipe.

 

  • Steamed Salmon & Veg Rice Bowl

This recipe is perfect for those who are in a low-calorie diet plan. It is relatively easy and hassle-free to prepare while still proving to be oh so delicious. Can also be turned into a vegetarian variant; indeed, this fish recipe fits in for everyone. Try it out! Click here for the full recipe.

 

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Laura Cerrano
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I’ll give these to my friend who really loves this type of stuff and try some of them for my own recipes as well! :)

Sep 24, 2019 10:20 PM #1
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Krystin Mitchell, CPA CFE
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Hi Tamra,

I've been looking for different fish recipes to try and will give these a try. Thanks for the post!

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The cod and chorizo stew looks like something to try  on a cold winters day. Thanks

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