Lactose Free 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!
Tangy tilapia fillet with creamy avocado and cherry tomatoes.
Great quick salad for a picnic or quick and easy dinner
This recipe was adapted by my husband. It's got everything that you need to eat after a good morning run.
We use soy milk for this recipe. Regular milk can easily be substituted.
A spicy Thai dish with creamy cocunut milk
Easy and dairy-free tuna salad. LOADED with protein!
Great fish dish!
This recipe is for the marinade only-- it wille marinate about four 4oz steaks. I did the marinade separate from the tuna because I found that each steak only uses about a 6th of the marinade.
A delicious and easy to prepare seafood stew. Throw in any seafood that you have on hand for a variation.
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.
When cooking with pasta, I have always believed in the old saying that 'less is more'.
What I mean by this is that you don't need to add dozens of ingredients to a dish for it to be really tasty.
Sometimes, too many ingredients can be a little overpowering with all the flavours fighting to stand out. Pasta can be enjoyed with the addition of nothing more than some salt and pepper and a good splash of quality olive oil.
Here is a perfect example where I have chosen a few good quality ingredients that will compliment each other without overcomplicating the dish.
For those of you who are quite adventurous, have a go at making your own pasta. It is not as tricky or complicated as you may think!
Quick and easy breakfast that you can make the night before.
Asparagus and Crab Pasta
I usually make 50 or 100 at a time and freeze some.
Very quick meal from the cupboard and fridge
Text stolen from NY Times: This spicy fish stew served over couscous is easy to make — don’t let the long list of ingredients deter you — and great for a dinner party. You can use a sturdy white-fleshed fish like monkfish or grouper, or a flakier fish like snapper or tilapia.
These tacos are SO delicious, and the avocado sauce is a great, super light and citrus-y alternative to guacamole. This recipe is fantastic served with a super simple green salad and a glass of slimmed-down sangria.
From the back of the can of salmon, minus the milk.
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.
When my inspiration for this dish - right off the boat squid and perfect mushrooms from the market - are this fresh, not embracing their gifts would be sinful!
I love making chow mein, and I played with some recipes until I came up with this.
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Sizzling shrimp and veggies top off tasty noodles. Looks like it came from an Asian restaurant but takes only 30 minutes in a common skillet. From eatbetteramerica.
The key is buying the freshest fish you can... or fish that was fresh-frozen.
This is two slices of Alton Browns famous avocado sandwich