Christmas Fish Recipes (Most Popular)
This deliciously healthy, broiled fish dish combines both sweet and sour taste sensations with a wonderful spice kick from the ginger. The 30 minute prep time includes 20 minutes to marinate. This recipe is a snap and so delicious, you will appreciate the fresh ginger when you taste it!
Low-fat but spicy and creamy, this is my family's favourite recipe for cheesy cauliflower. We like to mix in broccoli and green beans too!
This is “pan-Mediterranean” in its flavors and employs a method of cooking fish by keeping it moist in a zesty sauce. You can also add capers, roasted peppers or sun-dried tomatoes to the sauce.
Makes 2 servings
ACTIVE TIME: 30 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes
EASE OF PREPARATION: Easy
If you like conch chowder, try this version using calamari. It is thick and hearty with robust seafood flavour and just enough spiciness to tickle the tongue. This recipe calls for both the squid tubes and tentacles, but if you don't care for the tentacles, simply use an equal amount of the body instead. This method adds the squid rings last so they remain tender with little cooking.
Our family tradition... but a healthy option any day of the year!
Adapted from a delicious looking French recipe off of ChezMyrtille: http://chezmyrtille.blogspot.com/2007/07/m
ussel-risotto.html. Makes a wonderful date night dinner! 2 generous servings.
Try this unusual but easy method for squid in a sweet and sour broth. Serve with garlic bread to sop up the juices. You can have this on the table in under 30 minutes if you use pre-cleaned calamari.
This is my approximation of the roasted carrots that were served as part of the meal at Toronto's Famous People Players. The meals there are cooked and served by individuals with physical and mental disabilities - and if you didn't know ahead of time, you could never tell. There's enough liquid in this recipe that it forms a wonderful sauce... perfect for pouring over a salmon steak and rice for dinner.
Whole grain spaghetti noodles, mixed with red and white clam sauce.
This is my latest idea for my Christmas Eve dinner while the family is feasting on some festive dishes I canâ€™t eat. If you like, add cheese, nuts and olive oil to your pesto, theyâ€™re on my no-no list, so I use pasta water and nutritional yeast.
A wonderful dish my mom makes every year for christmas. layers of sauteed carrots, parsnips, and onions, alternating with fried flounder. a little ketchup brings a sweet zing.
Recipe created by Moira Hodgson
taken from http://www.oprah.com
This pecan-crunch coating also works well on grouper or other white fillets
Delicious Chicken using Soy-based chicken substitute
This is always a hit when my mom makes it. It's definitely a special occasion dish thanks to the butter and cream (not to mention the expensive salmon) but if you're looking to impress this is the fish dish for you.
Delicious and super fast seafood dish. Tastes like a million dollars for small calories!
You would never guess this recipe is lightened just by tasting. Perfect for company or a special occasion, your guests will be impressed and beg for the recipe. Use your favorite seafood for the haddock, can be shrinp, scallops or almost anything.
Serve with roasted asparagus and a lovely green salad dressed with a light vinaigrette.
A hearty, simple and fruity pasta and scallop curry made lighter with evaporated milk and chicken broth in place of the usual heavy cream. Adapted from M&M Meat Shops' 2009 calendar.
Leeks, garlic, and lemony yoghurt blanket strands of linguine, succulent shrimp and tender-crisp broccoli. It tastes decadent, but is healthier than you think!
This probably would do 4 as a hearty side dish, but I could eat the whole thing by myself! I'm a sucker for garlic, what can I say??
Quick & Tasty and colorful, too!
This year's "centrepiece" dish for our Italian Christmas Eve feast, this is based on my mom's memory of a 5-star meal she had when out in Moncton on business. It's so close you could swear it was catered!