Does anyone have any good fish recipies?

Canada
March 6, 2007 8:25pm CST
Does any one have any good and easy fish recipies? I know it is healthy for you and I want to incorporate it into my diet but I don't know how to cook it. I only eat it in restaurants. I love salmon (my favourite) Tilapia and I'm open to trying other types of fish as well if it can be explained to me exactly how to cook it so that my family can enjoy eatting fish more often!:) Thank you for any help you can give me! We also like shrimp.
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• United States
8 Mar 07
I like to cook cod. You can either do it in a pan or on the grill. Add butter and lemon pepper seasoning to the fish. Cook covered on med low heat till tender about 10-15 min. Dont over cook but dont undercook either. When the fish is flaky its done. I like to make shrimp on the grill. Put shrimp on squer and season then cook on grill till done.
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@wisedragon (2330)
• Philippines
8 Mar 07
You can try my favorite tuna spaghetti: Boil some spaghetti noodles. Cook tuna chunks in vegetable oil with garlic and onion. Add cream of mushroom and all-purpose cream. Add the cooked noodles. Mix. Transfer it to a baking pan. Top it with quickmelt or mozarella cheese. Oven bake until cheese melts (about 20 minutes). Enjoy!
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@AugBoyz (79)
• Singapore
8 Mar 07
For a non fish eater starting out, maybe u can try steaming cod fish. Its really very simple, just some light soy sauce or some fish steaming sauce, steam it for abt 10mins n its ready to eat. Cod fish does not have fishy smell n its really very sweet thus no other ingredients are needed to flavour it. Alternatively, u can also pan fry the cod fish, add some sweet & sour sauce (those ready made fm supermarket) or any other sauce tt u like. BUT remember don't buy the meat tt r near the stomach, as the meat there may have some bitter stinko taste. Enjoy ur fishes~
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@cabergren (1181)
• United States
7 Mar 07
I also love salmon. It is so good for you with the Omega oils in it. I usually buy 3 to 3 fillets. You take bread crumbs, melted butter, honey mustard, and chopped pecans. I make this into a paste. So you can adjust your portions of each. I put this on top of the fillets. I cook them at 400 degress for about 20 minutes. They just melt in your mouth. You will love them.
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• United States
7 Mar 07
Easy fish. Salmon or Tilapia. Spray cooking sheet. Place washed dried fish on it. Sprinkle salt and pepper. Slice slivers of butter, or melt it, and pour it over the fish. Back for 350* about 20 min. to 30 min. When fish flakes, it is done.
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@laurabeth (145)
• United States
7 Mar 07
Haddock is the only fish I eat, we eat it quite a bit and I prepare it real simple. For the 4 of us I take about 1 1/2 lbs and I put it in a glass lasagna pan, then pour marinade on. And lemon and garlic or lemon and herb will do wonderfully! Then bake it at 350 degrees for about 30 min or so (just until it is flaky time depends on the cut of the fish too) and eat!
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@mariojt (199)
• Brazil
7 Mar 07
a delicious recipe. i think you'll love: Grilled Salmon INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 pounds salmon fillets lemon pepper to taste garlic powder to taste salt to taste 1/3 cup soy sauce 1/3 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup water 1/4 cup vegetable oil DIRECTIONS: 1. Season salmon fillets with lemon pepper, garlic powder, and salt. 2. In a small bowl, stir together soy sauce, brown sugar, water, and vegetable oil until sugar is dissolved. Place fish in a large resealable plastic bag with the soy sauce mixture, seal, and turn to coat. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. 3. Preheat grill for medium heat. 4. Lightly oil grill grate. Place salmon on the preheated grill, and discard marinade. Cook salmon for 6 to 8 minutes per side, or until the fish flakes easily with a fork.
• United States
7 Mar 07
here is my easiest and most favorite fish recipe......get a white fish like tilapia and place it in a buttered pyrex baking dish, drizzle some oil over it and sprinkle crushed red and black pepper over it, then thinly slice some fresh lemons and limes and lay them evenly over the fish before baking.....
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@havachat (105)
• Australia
7 Mar 07
here's a good fat free recipe and yummy, get someherbs, fresh preferably, chop it up fine, add to a fry pan, with some finely chopped or crushed garlic, add a water about 1/2 inch in pan, bring the heat up until it starts to bubble, then turn heat down a little bit, add your fish, put the lid on, turn once depending on how thick the fillets are, they should only take 8 to 10 mins each side, you can use any sort of fish, the herbs will turn it green, thats good all the flavours go right through the fish, i use sweet basil, corriander, thyme, sage and rosemary, top fillets with finely chopped shallots and serve with salad and steamed new potatoes
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
7 Mar 07
The only fish that I cook at home is salmon, I love this fish, the fillets with out bones. My youngest even eats it and she is only 3 and half. It's pretty simple actually, I just take a little bit of garlic butter and melt it down in my electric skillet temp to about 250 degrees. I cook on each side for about 10 minutes. I usually serve it with scallop potatoes and a garden salad. I also usually will add green beans or corn. Everyone gobbles it up. Never have left overs. :) Hope you enjoy! :)
• India
8 Mar 07
I used to make fish samoosa long time before...but now i cant remember anything about it.