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Any fish recipe?

raquele3394raquele3394 Posts: 180Member, Premium Member Posts: 180Member, Premium Member
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I just have this craving eat fish! I bought tilapia, salmon and haddock. Do you any recipes? How do you make fish?

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  • raquele3394raquele3394 Posts: 180Member, Premium Member Posts: 180Member, Premium Member
    Does your salmon have skin? Crispy skin salmon is delicious! I cook it skin side down for most of the time and flip it very briefly.
    It does not have skin!!!
  • livingleanlivingcleanlivingleanlivingclean Posts: 6,338Member Member Posts: 6,338Member Member
    Does your salmon have skin? Crispy skin salmon is delicious! I cook it skin side down for most of the time and flip it very briefly.
    It does not have skin!!!

    Booooooo..... That's a shame. Still tasty though, but the skin is so good!
  • QueenmunchyQueenmunchy Posts: 3,353Member Member Posts: 3,353Member Member
  • jgnatcajgnatca Posts: 11,462Member Member Posts: 11,462Member Member
    You can wrap it in parchment or aluminum foil with a little butter, lemon, pepper and herbs. Bake at 350 until just done. Test it at twenty minutes. Fish cooks faster than chicken and is done when it flakes easily.
  • skymningenskymningen Posts: 97Member Member Posts: 97Member Member
    As you have multiple fish you could also make a huge fish stew including all of them.
  • MHodgesSrMHodgesSr Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Hi, salmon is my fav fish also, if it's w/o skin, you might try rubbing it with a little olive oil add a slice of lemon and dill wrap in foil and bake or grill for about 15-20 min depending on how much fish you have and wa la! It's great.
  • ChadxxChadxx Posts: 1,200Member Member Posts: 1,200Member Member
    I am fixing to make some fish tacos with corn tortillas, chipotle cream, and cheese. The tilapia would work well with some cilantro and taco seasoning to make the taco meat. It is very easy to make.
  • joshuabrislinjoshuabrislin Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Haddock - in a side bowl put paprika, garlic salt, cayenne, crushed pepper (for a bit more spice), I use a two count method when putting in bowl and very little seasoning salt. Add olive oil to the bowl just enough so you can mix and stir. Coat the fish on both sides with the rub, slap on the grill and let it get seared then flip it and do the same. Once on plate 1/4 wedge of lime squeezed over the top with cilantro leafs. Goes great with a salad and rice
    edited July 16
  • mjbnj0001mjbnj0001 Posts: 223Member Member Posts: 223Member Member
    Hmmm. All sound good. I'm a big fan of almost anything you do with cod, haddock, salmon, etc.
    Well, any seafood. Can't get enough of it.

    With the warmer months, I've been experimenting with more "tropical" or "warm-climate" recipes, especially when I can't get outside to my grill for more usual treatments of grilled fish variants.

    One good dish I've made several times this season in various incarnations is "moqueca" - a Brazilian coconut fish stew.

    Here's the first recipe I tried, there's more variants on the internet/youtube:

    http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2017/02/brazilian-fish-stew-almost-moqueca.html

    Other than occasional catfish, I haven't been much of a fresh-water fish fan, and this leaves out tilapia. I guess I'm a salt-water snob. Anyway, I just got back from the 1000 Islands region, and had some wonderful smoked trout and pan-fried walleye up there. Has me rethinking things a little ...
  • HeidiCooksSupperHeidiCooksSupper Posts: 2,480Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,480Member, Premium Member
    Here's my recipe for patties made from fresh or frozen salmon. https://www.justapinch.com/recipes/main-course/fish/salmon-patties-without-the-can.html

    You could certainly adapt it for other fish.

    Oh, and here's a recipe I just made last night for salmon, rice and vegetable patties that came out to about 320 calories per patty. You could certainly do it with raw, fresh fish. This one has better measurements for an MFP diary. https://www.justapinch.com/recipes/main-course/fish/oven-fried-salmon-vegetable-patties.html
    edited July 17
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