Spanish Fish Recipes (Most Popular)
Ahi Tuna (Yellowfin) Steaks Grilled with a Mediterranean Flair. Yellowfin Tuna or Ahi Tuna is usually served either Raw, as in sushi or Seared. or Grilled. When I first had this tuna grilled in spain with olive oil and salt I couldn't believe it was fish at all. This recipe is a bit of a cross between seared italian style and Spanish grilled.
I found a similar recipe on a website before, but it called for tomatillos and not nearly enough mango!
A fabulous fish dinner, even better when served with whole grain rice.
A dish from Peru
If available use tilapia instead of cod. Recipe is easy and so light and tasty. Enjoy!
This is a quick and easy recipe for shrimp tacos & totally yummy too!! We substituted the red cabbage with romaine lettuce just because I forgot to pick it up at the store & it was just as good. This recipe was picked up from discoveryhealth.com-Just Cook This with Sam the Cooking Guy...
From your kitchen to Spain in just 15 minutes!
Wonderful recipe using the grill--so good you'll even brave the cold winter weather to make it on your outdoor grill!
THIS IS MY VERSION OF A WELL- KNOWN SPANISH DISH WITH A HEALTHY TWIST.
Only 50 calories
A delicious snack or side (traditionally called Tapas)
This is a Spanish-style tuna salad that tastes delicious served on whole wheat bread or pita.
DELICIOUS Ecuadorian ceviche and under 200 calories per serving. Goes great with fruity Pinot Gris or Sauvignon Blanc. (so blush or white wines)
This is a recipe that can be easily enhanced with flavors that your family enjoys.
This is an easy dish to prepare and very versatile. I had frozen peas and a red pepper on hand but you could easily switch out the veggies for others you have. Great way to use up items in your fridge.
Quick and simple Spanish seafood dish that can be added to and adapted to suit your needs by adding vegetables, garlic, herbs etc you can bulk it out add colour and flavour all at once. We usually serve with a green salad on the side.
Most paella calls for chorizo or Italian sausage. This recipe uses a 'Tofurky' brand sausage. I used Kielbasa but their Italian would have been more appropriate. Nutritional info is about the same so go ahead and substitute at will!
5 WW points per serving
A delicious Spanish meal perfect for sharing.