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Fish for Non-Fish-Lovers

I used to hate fish, but I've been teaching myself to like it since it's so good for you. Here are some recipes, largely untried, that sound like they wouldn't be too...fishy.
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1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

A perfect accompaniment to roasted vegetables or grilled entrees.

Recipe #38554

An easy chickpea and couscous recipe that smells great while you are cooking it.

Recipe #51063

4 Reviews |  By chia

low in fat, and very filling, a vegetarian's delight

Recipe #54688

Posted for 2005 Zaar World Tour. This recipe came from the Cooking Network.. Good Deal with Dave Lieberman show.

Recipe #134507

Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Try whole wheat couscous for nutritional boost. Can be used to top polenta or pasta. Quick and easy and very low-fat. Saffron is very good but very expensive and some grocery stores only sell it from behind a counter. From Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean. Have not made this yet.

Recipe #135077

Plan ahead this needs to chill for a minimum of 2 hours. You can increase the lemon juice and garlic if desired, and the complete recipe can be doubled. Prep time includes 2 hour chilling time.

Recipe #139011

I found this recipe in the Cooking Light in 15 minutes, cookbook!! Posted for 2005 Zaar World Tour.

Recipe #140540

A puree of parsley and scallions mixed with lemon juice and oil both flavors the couscous and acts as a sauce for the fish. The taste of flat-leaf parsley really comes through if you use the flat-leaf variety. Any mild-tasting fish fillets will go well with the relatively delicate sauce. Try lake perch, whiting, croaker, drum, or bass, or of course, any of the flounder family, such as lemon or gray sole. Variation: Flounder with Basil and Parsley Couscous - Make the herb puree with 1/4 cup fresh basil and 1/2 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves. Wine: Match the tartness of the lemon juice with an acidic white wine. Try a good-quality Soave or Orvieto from Italy. From African Quick From Scratch Fish & Shellfish, Food & Wine.

Recipe #140865

A great recipe from the big island of Hawaii! Courtesy of Eileen Goltz.

Recipe #102875

Very easy, quick and delicious creation of my husband's which works just as well on the grill as in the oven. It's really not dilapidated at all, he just thought it just had that flow-off-the-tongue sound. Plus he's really warped... like his lunatic wife.

Recipe #140005

Recipe #9004

This is very easy to make and is simply delicious. The wine is an optional ingredient, but I think it really gives the fish great flavor.

Recipe #57474

We have made this with different kinds of fish cod, sole, catfish, orange roughy and flounder. Points...4.

Recipe #67954

4 Reviews |  By chia

adapted from cooking light, and posted by request. i haven't tried this yet.

Recipe #86551

This is a fast recipe, very easy, and very low-fat. Each serving is 2 weight watchers points. It's very mildly lemon flavored, with just the right amount of seasoning.

Recipe #88346

This meal could be made with any mild tasting white fish. Broccoli is my choice, or any "hard vegetable" could be used. Cooking is a Creative Sport. This will make a nice meal for one person served with rice.

Recipe #91366

Inspired by a recipe that Tyler Florence presented on How To Boil Water. I borrowed the technique and adapted it to fit the ingredients that I had on hand.

Recipe #97194

This is a fabulous recipe for oven fried tilapia slightly adapted from Paul Prudhomme's wonderful "Fork In The Road" lower fat cookbook. I served this for dinner with family and it got rave reviews. Even my picky 5 year old eater enjoyed it. The ingredient list here is long, but is mostly spices. Please don't be put off, this is wonderful stuff and once you get the spice mixture combined, quite easy to make.

Recipe #99709

5 Reviews |  By Kanzeda

This cooking light recipe was originally for Red Snapper, but since Tilapia is usually less expensive and easier to find, that is what I go with. This recipe also work wonderfully on the grill.

Recipe #103567

A flavorful italian recipe. Even my husband who doesn't usually like fish thought it was excellent. The fish is poached in "crazy water" with lemons, capers, fresh garlic and thyme.

Recipe #109618

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