Tilapia has a really great, extremely subtle flavor and it doesn't dry out as easily as many other varieties of fish. This tilapia is topped with a mixture of tomatoes, feta and fresh parsley and then baked. You'll get a large portion for few calories. Just be sure to season the fillets directly with salt. That will really make a difference. From The Most Decadent Diet Ever cookbook by Devin Alexander, author of The Biggest Loser Cookbook.
This tasty exotic dish served with vegetable topping and dipping sauce will be one of our favorites.
The original cooking way would be on the fire; Fish and vegetables wrapped together in banana leaves (the banana leaf can be replaced with aluminium foil). This homey version can be easily prepared in a baking mold in the kitchen oven.
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This is a quick and easy fish recipe that is low in carbs and healthy. I have been cooking lower carb meals lately as per hubby's request and this is one I came up with the other night as I had some halibut.
Mmmm...serve with crusty rolls to soak up the juices! This quick version of Puerto Rican Stew from Eating Well Magazine uses tilapia or any white flaky fish. The traditional dish uses bacalao, or salted dried codfish.
This is an AUTHENTIC Malay/Indonesian recipe and tastes absolutely beautiful with rice. Trust me! :) I got this recipe from hawkers in Malaysia--so it's a tad spicy. Chicken breasts may be used in place of fish. Note: This serves 4 with rice and a side of stir-fried vegetables.
Another great find from Kraft. These make great appetiser's and taste fantastic! I served these at a party and received great comments!
You can make the balls bigger if you like, but you will get less servings of course. Next time I might try these by just baking in the oven and not frying.
This is a simple open pie with a rice case.It's filled with red salmon, onion and cheese. It's one of my families favourite pies. My mother had it given to her many years ago. It's gluten free as it has no flour, although be careful to check your curry and mustard powders are also gluten free if required for your diet. This pie travels well and is also a good dish for a buffet.
I had prawn shells and fish heads left over once, I thought it was such a shame to throw it all out. So I came up with this recipe. You can freeze it in small portions to use when you want.
Fish trimmings can be skins, heads, tails, whole fish, shells of lobster,crayfish, prawns and mussels.
Saw this recipe on a television show being made and just had to try these.
They have egg or breadcrumbs, they are all snapper and vegetables.
They hold together quite well and a very tasty. The original recipe calls for pan frying but I lightly oiled an oven tray and used in the oven. I think the B.B.Q. would be great!
They could also be made smaller and would make great appetizers.
There are fish stews with potatoes and tomatoes in every country around the Mediterranean. This one is herby, aromatic and slightly peppery. To balance the flavours, start with just a little harissa or chili powder and add more later if you wish. Use any white fish such as hake, cod, haddock or turbot and serve with some toasted bread.
This was in my clipping stash which I am trying to clean out. Salmon is not traditional Thai but with the typical Thai seasonings, it should fit right in. The sauce is optional but sounds delicious. I am always looking for fish recipes as we try to incorporate 2 to 3 servings a week.
This dish is loaded with flavor and makes a lovely, colorful presentation. You'll want to serve with plenty of rice to absorb the wonderful sauce. (Noted added 11/05/07: I like to credit original recipe sources when known, but wasn't sure about this one when I submitted the recipe. Fortunately, a reviewer pointed out that the recipe came from Cooking Light, so I searched their site--indeed, it was originally published in their September 2002 issue. Thanks to the reviewer for bringing this to my attention, and thanks to Cooking Light for developing the recipe! :) )
This recipe could be adjusted to suit a family or the people you are cooking this meal. For hubby I served this with the curry in a small sauce bowl so he could dip the fish to his liking. For Little Miss (Darling 6 year old daughter) had no curry with her meal. For myself who loves heat, I smothered the sauce onto of the fish with heaps of Thai red curry sauce. I haven't used dressing on the salad as the Thai Red Curry flavour will cover them. If you choose not to use the Red Curry Sauce then drizzle olive oil when serving. I have used a few type of white fish Base, Nile Perch and Dory, I find the firm flesh is better, however use your favourite white flesh fish. (Revised Recipe)