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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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    3 Reviews |  By Matt C.

    Delicious, simple recipe that will have you wondering why you weren't making it already,

    Recipe #391173

    This recipe was referred to me by my co-worker and after I got home, I tried it and to my surprise it was really good considering it was so easy. If you like the flakiness of the tilapia with a little bit of spice, this one's for you! I usually did not measure my recipe and just suited it according to my taste. Delicious! Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #294908

    Looking for something impressive but oh so easy? This simple and delicious dish would make a great 'date night' dinner or even doubled for a dinner party. Tilapia is a really mild fish without that 'fishy' taste making this a great recipe for people who do not like fish and a wonderful meal for those who do! Pesto and tomatoes are so lovely and aromatic together and roasting allows the flavors to intensify. What a simple way to create an incredibly delicious dish. In order to soak up every delicious drop I would serve this over a simple rice like my Recipe#137364 or serve it with a good crusty bread. Adding a simple green salad and a wonderful bottle of wine would make this meal totally rock! I would serve it with Chateau Ste Michele Dry Riesling. I found this recipe on http://ellysaysopa.com/2008/03/03/fish-for-people-who-dont-like-fish/ Of course I did change up a few things that I thought would make it even better. My mouth was watering so much when I read this recipe that I had to share it with you as fast as I could! If you try this before I get to the store and am able to make it please let me know what you think! After Breezermom's helpful comment I edited the directions for the pesto and lemon juice so the pesto is not runny. Thanks breezer!

    Recipe #290644

    4 Reviews |  By MissAli

    I have posted the origional Recipe for Johnny Carino's Jalapeno Garlic Tilapia, which we love. But, if you look at the fat content, it's pretty frightful. I came up with a lower fat, healthier version so I can have my fish and eat it too.

    Recipe #272739

    Marinated cod, cabbage, and zesty white sauce lend authentic Baja flavors to these easy to make tacos. This recipe was posted by a popular seasoning company and adapted from a cooking websites newsletter. Included in the 2006 Zaar World Tour - Mexico.

    Recipe #174930

    Halibut is a low fat, very mild flavored fish with a firm flaky meat. It is easily available year round, relatively inexpensive, easy to grill and lends itself to almost any flavor. I found this recipe in the local Living Magazine & was intrigued by the salsa. I'm sure it would be wonderful with any mild fish such as grouper, flounder or snapper.

    Recipe #171782

    Fast, Easy and Healthy! This recipe is for 2, but I have easily doubled it for more. This bakes so quickly that I often make a bunch of these fillets and eat them leftover for lunches.

    Recipe #169764

    This is from the Moosewood cookbook. I made this with red snapper and didn’t alter the recipe at all. It is really easy to make and very yummy! Caribbean flavors. Serve with a black bean salad and rice pilaf. Eat it the day it is made.

    Recipe #166613

    OK, here it is! My FIRST recipe post to the site, This recipe was given to me by my mom, I have NO idea where she got it, but it is just awesome, simple to make, and it is the ONLY fish my picky, picky 11 year old daughter will eat, she loves it! She actually BEGS me to make it. Update: After reading the reviews, I just want to emphasize the importance of using Panko breadcrumbs in this recipe. It makes a HUGE difference! I also have never baked this fish, so cannot predict the results. For those who have commented that the breading isn't sticking well, I have found that this happens to me as well, when I have used too much of the mustard/mayo combo. A thin coating is best! I hope you all enjoy this recipe, and thanks for taking the time to review it!

    Recipe #166118

    I found many recipes and put the best parts together. A mexican favorite for many. Try them, they are very good! Healthy too!

    Recipe #160314

    16 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A very easy and really interesting way to prepare this fish. Simmered in a seasoned coconut milk sauce for a luxurious flavor, these will look beautiful served over a bed of basmati rice.

    Recipe #157589

    Quick, easy and quite nice. I usually put the fillets over mashed potatoes and to make it super quick I prepare the frozen mashed potatoes, but of course homemade are much better. I usually side this with sauteed spinach or summer squash.

    Recipe #156041

    I made this one day by accident for lack of a curry paste. I was forced to create my own and it has become a favorite in my household.

    Recipe #154546

    Easy and healthier way to get crispy tasty fish. I have used mostly mild whitefish like tilapia with great results. Don't be scared by the number of ingredients—it is mostly spices and herbs. Please adjust the spices, especially salt, to your taste. I have tried to post a balanced blend here but feel free to adjust mild, spicy, lower sodium etc...

    Recipe #150987

    33 Reviews |  By Peg629

    This is my take on a James Beard recipe. So simple and quick, very few ingredients. This is the dish that turned me into a fish lover. Trick is to have everything ready to go when you start. It's fast from start to table.

    Recipe #147551

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Top small rounds of melba for an appetizer. A savory side for any fine meal. Or toss into cooked pasta for a nice no meat meal. Toss into an omelet. Vegetarian's can use all oil in place of the butter. Vegan

    Recipe #145922

    My first attempt at making any fish. It was lower fat, quick, easy and most of all-myself (non-fish eater) and the entire family loved it!

    Recipe #145382

    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

    18 Reviews |  By PanNan

    Mahi-mahi is a very lean, moderately flavored, firm but moist fish, with solid flake. You could substitute amberjack, mullet, pompano, grouper, farm raised catfish, or cod.

    Recipe #140432

    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

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