This fish taco uses red snapper, but feel free to substitute any firm fish. The mango salsa goes well with chicken or pork, so keep it in mind for a quick meal when you are grilling.
This light fish dish is not only good for you, it also looks beautiful on the plate. Adapt this recipe if you like to use other types of fish or your favorite herbs and vegetables.
This fish entrée is poached in a simple base of wine, olive oil and cherry tomatoes. The fresh tarragon and chives add flavor and fragrance. Feel free to substitute cod or flounder.
A fresh, flavorful dish that’s ready in under 15 minutes. This fast-prep grilled tuna steak is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein. And for more health benefits it’s topped with a fresh salsa.
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Serve up a layered cod dish that makes you look like a professional chef. This entrée is one that’s packed with phytonutrients, so you know you’re eating healthy, too. And with a tasty salsa verde you’re topped off with a burst of fresh flavor.
This chowder is rich in flavor and can make great left overs during the week.
You read the title right. We’re switching out the chicken for fish to get all of your omega 3’s.
Noodles and fish come together with greens and veggies to provide you a nutritious salad.
This recipe brings the restaurant to your own kitchen. Blackened salmon comes together with rice and a savory yogurt sauce for the perfect flavor combination.
These light patties come packed with omega-3 fatty acids. And eating them regularly can help reduce inflammation in the body!