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Tired of the same salmon dishes? Try this recipe for Grilled Salmon with Spiced Almonds. Serves 6 for lunch or dinner. Ingredients Yogurt Sauce 1 cup Greek yogurt 2 teaspoons
Recipe for Braised Fish with Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce
When it comes to tuna, Americans need to think beyond lunch, because a can of tuna can be much more than a sandwich filling or salad ingredient. Includes recipe for Penne and Tuna.
When experts talk about the benefits of omega-3s, they are usually referring to seafood sources of the special oils. Find out more about the Omega-3.
Recipe for Grilled Catfish with Wild Greens
Recipe for Pasta with Tuna, Artichokes and Peppers
Recipe for Fish Veronique
The old-fashioned chowder has been updated into a hearty, one-bowl meal that fits today’s demand for healthier dishes that don’t sacrifice rich flavor. Learn a little bit about chowders and try out these great recipes for New England Style Chowder, Manhattan-Style Chowder, and Vegetable and Chicken Chowder with Barley.
Recipe for Peppered Tuna Steak Smothered in Onions
Recipe for Lilikoi-Ginger Sweet and Sour Black Sea Bass
Recipe for Key West Grilled Salmon
Recipe for Broiled Trout with Tarragon and Lime
Recipe for Roasted Sea Bass Stuffed with Fennel & Red Pepper with Roasted Baby Vegetables
The sweet, distinct flavor of clams provides fast and unparalled seafood meals sure to delight the cook, the kids and just about anyone else. Includes recipe for Mushrooms Stuffed with Fresh Clams.
Seafood and fine wines have been described as a marriage made in heaven, but just which“wines pair best with which seafood may serve as a pleasant surprise….. Includes recipe for Halibut with oranges, tomatoes, and Olives.
All seafood is nutritious, rich in important vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, B and D vitamins, as well as an excellent source of high quality protein. That alone should be sufficient to get us eating fish at least once a week, but hold on, there’s more.
There’s no doubt about it: seafood can be good for your health. Overall, it has less total fat and less saturated fat than meat and poultry. So eating fish regularly may help lower blood cholesterol levels. Moreover, seafood supplies several vitamins and minerals. Recently, there has been interest in the omega-3 fatty acid content of fish, too.