Fish Recipes (Most Popular)
There is almost no fat in this recipe. Recipe can be doubled to 48-52 shrimp which is enough to feed a crowd! Cooking time is estimated depending on the size of the shrimp. Serve with pineapple or a fruit salsa.
So yummy you won't think you're eating something packed with fiber and vitamins!
An easy, delicious way to serve fish.
A unique fish dish that will leave you satisfied.
Panko Bread Crumbs add a wonderful crunchy coating to fish fillets that gives them a "deep fried" taste. Even fish haters like me love it and can learn to enjoy fish! ***NOTE: In light of the recent discussions about over fishing and the Spark article about "safe fish", I am removing the "Orange Roughy" from the title. I use Alaskan Halibut for my recipe now, but I leave the choice of fish up to each of you for yourselves. :-)
Absolutely no butter to be found in this healthy shrimp dish!
A mayo-free twist on a tuna sandwich!
This is a nice twist on a not-too-fishy fish.
From WW Magazine
No, you did not just walk into a fancy restaurant. You can make this springtime dish in your own kitchen--in mere minutes!
These crab cakes skimp on fat but not on flavor. They're packed with chunks of rich crab.
These are really low in fat and carbs and can be served in a bun or with a salad. Very tasty.
Will spread if you use the George Foreman Grill, normal skillet is fine.
Fra diavolo style shrimp; terrific served with grilled vegetables.
Just like delivery, only better!
A scant amount of oil and part-skim mozzarella cheese give this lower fat dish a Mediterranean flavor.
Very easy and very delicious!
This is a great, tasty dish!
Delicious and Filling
Low-Carb, Lo-Fat, Quick and easy alternative to the usual beef, chicken, turkey or pork!
A unique way to enjoy canned tuna.
A quick dinner with a kick!
Not only does this recipe have only six simple ingredients, but it also requires almost no cleanup! Cooking in parchment seals in flavor and moisture without any added fat.
nice sweet glazed salmon, quick, easy and delicious
This wonderful, spicy entree can be made with tilapia or any other white fish. I love it with fresh Gulf of Mexico red snapper or grouper.