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Easy Fish corn chowder

I didn't want to fry fish, and one gets tired of herb baked. Soup. Soup is good! My picky kids that are not huge fans of fish asked for seconds, so super win. Or..."soup"er win, rather. Take Lactaid if you are lactose intolerant though.Submitted by GLITTERFAIRY77

Lemon, Cilantro, dill, and garlic haddock

Tired of fried fish, and wanting to have a nice, flavorful baked fish for dinner, I decided to use what I had on hand to make this.Submitted by GLITTERFAIRY77

Salmon A La King

Necessity is the mother of invention....or it makes inventors out of mothers...or whatever. Submitted by GLITTERFAIRY77

Easy salmon bisque-family sized recipe

I discovered this totally by accident. SUPER easy and even my picky kids love it.Submitted by GLITTERFAIRY77

Abi's cheesy tuna noodle stove top casserole

It's kind of high calorie, but it's a filling dinner, and better for you than any box mix dinner, I think.Submitted by GLITTERFAIRY77

Italian Baked Tilapia

A quick and easy way to prepare tilapia, avoiding all those unwanted calories that come with deep frying. Submitted by CRIS76

Honey Lime Tilapia

Makes 2 servings. Perfect and tasty way to use those summer veggies. Delete mozzarella to bring calories per serving down to 291.Submitted by LTHORNTON79

Skewered Shrimp with Black Bean-Lemon Rice

*The calorie count on this is much lower than what is calculated here because you don't use all the marinade. The calorie count from Oldwayspt.org (where I got the recipe) is 486 per serving. While that's still pretty high, this dish is extremely filling and you may really only be able to eat half to three-quarters of a serving before you're full.Submitted by LTHORNTON79

Seared Tuna Salad - Asian Style

This healthy salad is tasty and easy to prepare. The vegetables are a beautiful complement to the tuna along with the flavor of the dressing. The dressing is low in fat and the stovetop searing method for the tuna makes it even healthier because it uses no heated oils. From WHfoods.comSubmitted by LTHORNTON79


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