Go Fish: 7 Fresh & Fun Recipes

Eating healthy isn’t always easy.

But if you’re trying to make some better-for-you choices this year, eating more fish may be your simplest – and most delicious way – to keep those resolutions. High protein. Fewer calories. Heart-healthy omega 3s. And if those reasons aren’t enough, seafood typically cooks really quickly – making it perfect for those busy weeknights when you don’t have a lot of time.

Ready to dive into some fresh dinner ideas?

7 Fresh & Fun Recipes for Fish

  1. Bayou Bourbon Salmon. With dark brown sugar, apple cider vinegar and a hint of bourbon, this rich sauce makes perfectly succulent salmon every single time. Pour. Bake. Boom.

    Bayou Bourbon Salmon

    You can substitute Honey Teriyaki Sauce, too. It’s one of my personal faves!

  2. Fresh Citrus Herb Fish. All the flavor – without the fat! Bright and sunny, this light and citrusy grilled fish makes it easy to eat a little healthier. Pair it with grilled asparagus and baby new potatoes. (Tip: I love to use grouper, cod or halibut, but any firm white fish will work nicely.)

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  3. Rustic Herb Fish. With zesty lemon and savory herbs, this five-star recipe is a wonderful way to make buttery fish that your whole family will love – in 15 minutes flat! Try it with long-grain rice and your favorite steamed veggies.

    Rustic Herb Fish

  4. Balsamic & Herb Salmon. Sweet balsamic. Succulent honey. Rustic herbs. This tangy, restaurant-style salmon is so delicious and simple to make – and It’s fall-off-your-fork, melt-in-your-mouth tender. Serve with roasted green beans or broccoli.

    Balsamic and Herb Salmon

  5. Mediterranean Fish II. With salty feta, savory pesto and tangy Kalamata olives, this Mediterranean-style fish is quick and delicious. For simple side dishes, pair it with sliced cucumbers. orzo, chopped tomatoes or roasted potatoes.

    Mediterranean Fish

  6. Spinach & Herb Fish. Prefer something with a little crunch? Mix up this crispy, pan-fried, perfectly seasoned fish recipe for dinner. You can try this recipe with chicken breasts (pounded to about ¼-inch thickness), too!

  7. Sweet Chili Garlic Salmon. A little sweet. A little sassy. A whole lot of delicious. This rich, slightly caramelized salmon has become one of our family’s favorites. Here’s how to make it tonight, complete with step-by-step photos:

    Step 1: Season
    Preheat your oven broiler to HIGH. Season 1½ pounds skin-on salmon fillets with 1 teaspoon Garlic Pepper Seasoning.

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    Step 2: Sauce
    Pour 1 tablespoon Roasted Garlic Infused Oil into a large cast iron skillet over medium-high heat. In a small bowl, combine ⅔ cup sweet chili sauce, 2 tablespoons brown or Dijon mustard and 2 tablespoons sriracha sauce.

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    Pour into hot skillet.

    Step 3: Sizzle & Serve
    Add salmon fillets, skin-side-up, and 1 sliced lemon. Cook 3 minutes. Remove skillet from stovetop, and place in oven. Broil 3-4 minutes; flip salmon to be skin-side down, and broil 1-2 additional minutes.

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    Spoon sauce from the skillet over salmon fillets. Serve with roasted broccoli or charred rounds of sweet bell peppers. Yum! You can view the complete recipe here » .

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Talk about a good catch, right? You’ll find all kinds of other quick fish, shrimp and seafood recipes on our website, too.

So go ahead, friends … and go fish!

- Jen

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